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
These apple life cycle hats are a memorable way to learn the stages of the fruit’s life – from seed to apple and everything in between. The crafty science project makes an adorable take home kids will be proud to show off to their families! P.S. For more science inspiration, hop over and grab our Plant Activity Pack! Getting Ready Prepping the activity was quick and easy.
When a math game and a colorful tub of playdough mix into one activity, it’s sure to be an engaging activity for kids! Get your students excited about ten frames and number recognition from 0-20 with this fun playdough freebie. Then hop over and snag some sunglasses number puzzles for even more number fun. Getting Ready To prepare the activity, I printed my dough number
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Teen numbers can be super tricky for kids to grasp but this playful math center is here to help! Scroll down to grab your freebie. Then make sure to hop over and pick up our free number bingo for even more counting fun! GETTING READY To prep the activity, I printed the pieces on cardstock and laminated them for durability. The picture cards printed two
Looking to have buckets of counting fun this summer?! I’m right there with you! Base 10 blocks are a great resource for young learners to work on counting and identifying numbers. Scroll down to download your base 10 freebie and then hop over and grab our Flip Flop Measuring for more fun on hot summer days. Getting Ready To prep this activity, I printed the
If my kids had to pick a science topic they love the most, it would hands-down be learning about animals. Which is why I love starting our animal habitat lesson with this fun picture sort. It is a great way to introduce kids to animal habitats. Scroll below to download the freebie and then swish on over and grab our farm animal puzzles too! Getting Ready
Let’s make a walking water rainbow! There’s no better way for little scientists to learn about capillary action and color mixing than by making water walk (yes walk!) in this colorful science experiment. This science experiment is a favorite of ours because it’s so easy to set up and the results are almost immediate. Getting Ready To prep, I gathered our supplies: 6 wide mouth
Nothing sounds better to me right now than sitting on a beach somewhere enjoying some fun in the sun! I know my students are just as excited for summer as I am, so I created these summer counting cards for our math centers. Scroll down to grab your counting freebie and then hop over and grab our Number Activity Mats in for more hands-on math fun.
One of my favorite things to do on a hot summer day is to eat ICE CREAM! And since my students love sweet treats too, these ice cream counting puzzles are the perfect way to keep them engaged as we move into summer. Scroll down to grab your freebie then hop over and scoop up our Cookie Addition for some more sweet math. Getting Ready