21 May 2016

End of the Year Activity - Class Scavenger Hunt

Here's another fun idea for the last week of school. Let the kids go on a class scavenger hunt! They will walk around the class, ask each other questions, and find out who can fit in each square. It's a fun way for students to be active and engaged! Grab the free download in my online store HERE!

End of the Year Activity - Class Scavenger Hunt

16 May 2016

Free Summer Mystery Picture Math Activities

The last week (or month) of school can be so difficult! It can be tough to keep the kids' attention and get any learning done at all! I love using fun and engaging activities that kids enjoy, but still provide some educational value.

I've compiled a set of some of my best selling mystery pictures for you to try for FREE! I have gotten so much good feedback from teachers who have used these in their classrooms. With these fun summer activities, your students won't even know they are learning! Click HERE to get the free download!

Free Summer Mystery Pictures Math Activites

14 May 2016

Father's Day: Two FREE Printable Activities

I had some requests to make a Father's Day activity similar to the Mother's Day activity that I posted recently. So, here it is!
Free Father's Day Activity
 
 
I also just posted a Father's Day Free Tie Craftivity in my TpT store. With these two activities - you are set for Father's Day!
 
Free Father's Day Tie Craft Activity
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fathers-Day-FREE-Craftivity-2551047

 
 


08 May 2016

Ten Apples Up On Top: Number Words Activity

This week with my kindergartener, we are focusing on number words. One of my favorite books to go along with this concept is Ten Apples Up On Top! by Dr. Seuss. It is such a cute book, and perfect for emerging readers!

I made this page for her to complete after reading the book:



She read the number words at the bottom, then made the correct number of "apples" on top using dot markers (bingo daubers). You can also just use crayons to draw circles if you don't have the dot markers. Other ideas: for a literacy center, you can put it in a plastic page protector and have students use white board markers to draw the apples, then wipe them off for the next students. You could also just have students use manipulatives like bingo chips.

You can download the page HERE if you'd like to use it with your kids!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5dsPzSlPOCecU5RNmtDRFg1Vjg/view?usp=sharing

You can get the book here: Ten Apples Up on Top! by Dr. Seuss 

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