Color-by-codes are a favorite in my classroom! I love them because the students are learning and they love them because they think they’re just coloring. These summer themed color-by-codes are perfect for the end of your school year or as review over summer break. Scroll below to grab the freebie and then hop over to grab our expanded form roll and write for more adding fun.
One of my favorite places to go during summer is the BEACH! Since I know that my students love being seaside too, I was excited to use these motivating sandcastles to review addition. Scroll below to grab your freebie and them make sure to dash over and snag our Ocean Wipe and Write Cards too. Getting Ready To prep the activity, I printed all of the
Ready to make water walk to form a rainbow?! There’s no better way for little scientists to learn about capillary action and color mixing than by making a walking water rainbow. This science activity is so easy to set up and the results are almost immediate, which makes it a favorite among my kiddos. Getting Ready To prep, I gathered our supplies: 6 wide mouth glasses or jars Paper
This sweet addition game is sure to keep your students learning and having fun with math as the countdown to summer begins! Scroll below for your free download than hop over and grab our Ice Cream Roll and Scoop for some more sweet math fun. Getting Ready To prep, I printed off the puzzles, ran them through the laminator and cut out the individual puzzle
Worms, butterflies, and bugs… my kids are fascinated with anything that creeps, crawls or flies! Are your kids too?! This cute craftivity is a great way to teach children about the ladybug life cycle. From egg to ladybug, all four steps are included. Scroll down to grab your free ladybug life cycle wheels and then fly over and snag our Butterfly and Bug Pack for even
Telling time can be a tricky concept for little learners and tackling it often needs a lot of practice. Thankfully, this super cute tulip matching game is a fun way to work on the hour and half hour marks on a clock in both digital and analog form. It’s the perfect activity to add to your spring centers! Grab your freebie below then hop over
I am always looking for new ideas to keep my students motivated when we review our math skills. These addition cards are a great way for students to practice adding numbers to 10. The best part is, they have a quirky robot theme! Make sure to grab your free addition cards below than jump over and grab our Robot Subtraction Cards for even more robotic fun!
There are so many parts that go with learning about 3D shapes and these playful puzzles are a great way to tie it all together! Scroll down to grab the freebie then make sure to jump over and grab our free 2D shape sort too. Getting Ready To prep, I printed off the puzzles, ran them through the laminator and cut out the individual puzzle pieces.
Spring is finally here, which means flowers are starting to bloom. And what better way to add some flowers to the classroom than through some STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math)! Teaching about symmetry – exactly similar parts facing each other – is a great way for kids to work on geometry skills while making some gorgeous blooms. Make sure to scroll down and get your freebie
Whether you’re in need of fresh STEM centers, early finisher activities or math games, this Easter Egg STEM Challenge is a must-try! Just grab a bag of plastic Easter eggs and you’re ready to stretch students’ learning in a BIG way. Snag your set below and then hop over to grab our popular Easter STEM Pack too! Getting Ready To prep the activity, I simply