Easter Egg Rockets

Easter Egg Rockets

Did you know that you can launch Easter egg rockets up into the air with just a couple of common household materials?!  The kids will not only love this egg-citing science activity, they will also learn about the cool chemical reaction that makes it happen. With lots...

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LEGO Volcano

LEGO Volcano

Erupting LEGO volcanoes are as cool as STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities come! Young builders of all ages will love designing, building and erupting LEGO volcanoes again, and again... and again. Getting Ready Although LEGO volcanoes have...

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Glowing Bouncy Egg

Glowing Bouncy Egg

What could be better than making a naked bouncing egg?! Making a glowing one, of course!  This activity teaches little scientists about egg anatomy and osmosis takes just a few minutes to set up but is seriously egg-citing! Getting Ready To prep, I first gathered my...

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Jellybean Addition Sort

Jellybean Addition Sort

Hands on manipulatives make math fun - especially if they come in the form of candy like jelly beans! Kids will love working on addition within 10 using this playful jelly bean addition sort... and they'll love the tasty, sweet ending too. This post contains Amazon...

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PEEPs® Slime Recipe

PEEPs® Slime Recipe

Spring is a time for flowers, rainbows, warmer temperatures... and PEEPs®! Whether you're in the mood for a quick science experiment with major cool factor or you want a fun afternoon project to keep the kids entertained, our homemade PEEPs® slime is sure to do the...

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Shamrock Addition Game

Shamrock Addition Game

This glittery shamrock addition game is a fun way to work on double digit number recognition, addition, and expanded form in first grade. Everything is more magical with a hint of sparkle, don't you think?! Getting Ready To prep this math center, I printed off the...

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Skip Counting Posters

Skip Counting Posters

Teaching children how to skip count builds their number sense, helps them learn how to quickly count on from a given number (4 more than 16 is 20, for example) and begins developing their ability to multiply and divide. These free skip counting posters are great to...

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Hot Wheels Race Track

Hot Wheels Race Track

My boys are big Hot Wheels fans so challenging them to create a paper towel race track was a no-brainer! They loved seeing how fast they could make their cars zoom and I loved that the motivating STEM activity was helping them develop important engineering skills....

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LEGO Addition Cards

LEGO Addition Cards

LEGOS are such a motivating way to teach kids math! These fun-filled addition cards take learning to a whole new level of cool by helping kids see how two sets of LEGOS can be added together to make one sum. The LEGO addition cards are great to use as a math center,...

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15 Brilliant Ways to Use a Hundred Chart

15 Brilliant Ways to Use a Hundred Chart

Hundred charts are an amazing tool for teaching all sorts of math skills: counting, adding, multiplication, problem solving, skip counting and more. Grab your free hundred chart below and then try out our 15 favorite ways to use it! Why 120 instead of 100? Before...

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