Spring is just around the corner and my kiddos are itching to start planting seeds. Our little DIY sprout house made from sponges had my kids giddy with excitement. Combining engineering and science into one awesome project was a motivating way to learn about germination. It definitely brought a whole new meaning to the word “greenhouse”! (Get it?!) These awesome sprout houses are the perfect addition
Fall is my favorite season of the year so I was excited to grab a pumpkin from our porch and sneak in some fall-themed STEM learning. This free pumpkin activity sheet is an easy way to practice math AND science! P.S. Continue the pumpkin-themed fun with our mega pack of pumpkin activities for Preschool/Kindergarten OR First Grade! Pumpkin Investigations To get ready, I printed an activity
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
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.
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
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
Children love learning about outer space – twinkling stars, faraway planets, infinite miles of unknown… it’s all pretty magical. Whether you’re organizing a space unit or just want a fun way to help kids learn the order of planets from the sun, these outer space hats are a must-try. Grab yours in the Outer Space Activity Pack available in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Getting Ready
Hunting down STEM activities for young kids can be overwhelming. It takes SO MUCH TIME to search through Pinterest piecing together ideas. But this activity pack will take all of the stress out of making Easter STEM centers your students will beg to repeat over and over again. Use the activities as party stations, set them out for your early finishers, or use them as
These St. Patrick’s Day STEM Challenges are a must-try! The set is perfect to use in STEM centers, math stations or as early finisher tasks for your little leprechauns. Grab your pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Peek Inside All five of the activities teach kids important STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills. First up, build 10 Irish objects out of LEGOS.