Our Famous Landmark Challenge Cards have been a huge hit so I was eager to pull together a new batch of building cards with a fall-themed twist! These building cards are perfect to use in STEM centers, makerspaces, or math stations. Grab your free set below and then hop over and snag our complete 4 seasons pack here! Getting Ready I printed the cards on cardstock to
Whether you’re looking for a fun way to enjoy the outdoors or you want to sneak in a little learning into your summer days, these 15 backyard engineering projects for kids are must-tries. Race LEGOs down DIY ziplines, build rockets that really soar, launch marshmallows in the air and try your hand at classic egg drop science experiments. Kids will be tackling backyard engineering projects for days!
Whether you’re planning a farm-themed unit or are in need of motivating ways to teach kids important science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills, this activity pack is sure to do the trick. The 6 playful challenges are perfect to use in STEM centers, math stations or as early finisher tasks. Snag your set in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! INSIDE YOU’LL FIND: First
Grab your stash of rainbow counting bears and great ready for some playful pattern practice! Children will love solving the challenge cards and then coloring the pattern. They can even stretch their brains and create their own counting bear patterns for friends to solve when they’re finished! Getting Ready To prep the activity, I simply printed the pattern cards (below) on card stock to make
After kids learn how to count, it’s time to stretch their number understanding by working on sequencing. Asking a simple question like “What number comes next?” does just that. Snag your freebie below and then hop over to grab our popular Pumpkin Activity Pack to keep the learning going! Getting Ready Prepping the math center was a cinch! I printed the pumpkin cards on cardstock
Teaching seasons in your classroom? This hands-on season activity makes a great visual children can refer back to all year long. Scroll below to grab your season freebie and then hop over and snag our mammal sort for more hands-on fun! Getting Ready Prep was super easy! I printed the seasons page on some brightly colored paper. Then I printed the illustrations out on white
Counting using one-to-one correspondence is one of those skills that takes A LOT of practice for our youngest learners. My kids LOVE playdough and were excited about the idea of rolling it into gumballs, so I knew these number mats would be an instant hit. Scroll below to grab your counting freebie and then hop over and snag our monster counting cards for more number fun.
These apple STEM challenges are a must-try! Grab a bag of apples and dive into science, measurement, buoyancy, life cycles, 2D shapes and numbers. The set is perfect to use in STEM centers, math stations or as early finisher tasks. Download your set in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Peek Inside The apple activities are easy to differentiate, making them perfect for kindergarten and first
Looking for a fun way to teach young learners about mammals? You’re in the right spot. Scroll down to grab your free mammal sort and then hop on over and grab our Honey Science for even more fun! Getting Ready Prepping was easy! First, I printed off the animal cards on cardstock to make them durable enough for reuse and then cut along the outside
These apple tree counting cards are perfect for the beginning of the school year! Students will love using all kinds of manipulatives to build numbers, work on fine motor skills AND practice number writing at the same time! Getting Ready To prep the activity, I printed all of the pages on cardstock and laminated them for durability. Then I cut out each card and put them