Snowflake Geometry

Snowflake Geometry

When you think of snowflakes, I bet geometrical shapes aren't the first things to come to mind. But because of the chemical structure of water, every tiny flake actually starts out as a hexagonal prism. My curious kiddos loved studying the close up images of real...

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Christmas Tree Geoboard

Christmas Tree Geoboard

This Christmas tree geoboard is a fun way to help little mathematicians explore shapes and geometry while they strengthen those little fingers.  Often seen in preschool classrooms, geoboards are an amazing math manipulative that helps explore not only shapes, but...

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Pumpkin STEM Structures

Pumpkin STEM Structures

The kids loved using our STEM challenge cards to build toothpick and playdough structures a couple months ago so I was eager to pull them out again. This time though, I wanted to add in a fun fall-themed twist, so I swapped out our playdough for a bag of candy...

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Which One Doesn’t Belong? Cards

Which One Doesn’t Belong? Cards

Ready for an addictively fun brain game for kids?! This critical thinking activity is an easy way to apply countless math skills including place value, shape recognition, comparison, addition, telling time, math vocabulary and so. much. more. Which One Doesn't Belong...

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Pretzel and Marshmallow Structures

Pretzel and Marshmallow Structures

When it comes to simple prep STEM projects for kids, these pretzel and marshmallow structures take the cake. The hands-on (and tasty!) challenge is a motivating engineering activity for little builders. Getting Ready Prepping for the activity was as quick and easy as...

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Outer Space Pattern Block Mats

Outer Space Pattern Block Mats

Kids of all ages love learning about outer space! Whether you're looking for a fun math activity to add to your space unit or you want to entertain your future astronaut with a quick prep activity, these free outer space pattern block mats are a perfect fit. Grab your...

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