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Free Printable: Spring Fingerprint Counting Activity

Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring

Fingerprint Counting Printables for Kids - celebrate Spring with this fun caterpillar and lady math activity!

Snag this addition freebie! "Build it" cards have students practicing addition within 20 and showing their answers.

Susan Jones Teaching: More Math Stations and an Addition Freebie!

I have been on a math kick lately. I think it is because my kids are strugglingggg with basic math concepts lately and it’s killin’ me! We have been learning addition strategies and practicing addition within 20 for two weeks now and my class has just started to pick up their momentum. They are […]

Check out this highly rated math manipulative that students LOVE! These…

Addition and Subtraction Sliders - Math Manipulative

Check out this highly rated math manipulative that students LOVE! These…

Simple Apple Tree Addition Game

Simple Apple Tree Addition Game - Mama.Papa.Bubba.

A simple homemade apple tree addition game for kids.

Simple Addition Activities using Beads - Find engaging hands-on activities for learning each Sunday night on An Everyday Story

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I love these Easter egg rockets! What an awesome science experiment for kids. Perfect science activity for spring or Easter.

Easter Egg Rockets - The Stem Laboratory

I love these Easter egg rockets! What an awesome science experiment for kids. Perfect science activity for spring or Easter.

marshmallow fractions

Marshmallow Fractions from Mrs. Bainbridge's Shop on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

Marshmallow Fractions from Mrs. Bainbridge's Shop on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

Math Talk!

Math Talk!

My class is a noisy one, not all of the time of course, but most of the time. I have very chatty students who love to socialise, and I am endeavouring to use this to my advantage. Learning is often a social pursuit, and as my students told me on Thursday, "Math is easier and more fun when you are working with a partner. To this end, I have been explicitly teaching how we speak to one another about Math, how we question and comment to promote one anothers' learning. We created a "Math Talk"…

We did this experiment during color exploration week! I will be honest... I did not believe this was going to happen until I tried it out at home first! What a wonderful experiment!

Skittles Experiment

This is a really cool experiment I saw at a workshop I attended. In this experiment children will place Skittles in water and watch the "S" float to the top! Exploring Colors: Floating S Experiment

Quick and easy kids science activity. Make an orange sink and float! I love that this activity uses just a couple common household ingredients.

Orange Buoyancy Science Experiment - Playdough To Plato

Quick and easy kids science activity. Make an orange sink and float! I love that this activity uses just a couple common household ingredients.

Oil Spill! Connecting STEM activities to real world problems

Oil Spill! Connecting STEM activities to real world problems

I recently had another opportunity to observe a science program in an after school setting, this time at Greenleaf Elementary School in Oakl...

This morning when we woke up to a miserable windy, dusty, trash-floating-through-the-air sort of day, Miss G and I opted to stay in and have a quiet day at home. We made a big pot of oatmeal, read stacks of books, played some games, built puzzles, and then played this super fun and simple play … … Continue reading →

Play Dough Subtraction Smash - Mama.Papa.Bubba.

Play dough subtraction smash... A fun, hands-on way to explore subtraction with little ones!

Do you think you can fit inside a 3x5 index card? No? Science experiments for kids don't have to be difficult. So what is the trick to doing this?

How to Fit Through an Index Card – Index Card Chain

'Do you think you can fit through this index card?' My daughter looked at me like I was crazy as I asked her this question and held up a 3x5 index card. She emphatically answered no, and was very curious when I told her that I could show her how she could very easily fit through an index card. What followed was one our favorite science experiments for kids as we learned how to make an index card chain. With this science experiment, kids will learn about how physical objects change. As a…

Awesome gross science experiments! Make fake snot, find out what poop is made of, explore blood and more! Definitely not for the squeamish!

Gross Science Experiments - I Can Teach My Child!

Awesome gross science experiments! Make fake snot, find out what poop is made of, explore blood and more! Definitely not for the squeamish!