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Tangram Math Activity for Kids
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February 2, 2019February 2, 2019

Tangram Math Activity for Kids

If you’ve never used tangrams before, this is a great activity to try them out! Tangrams are a great math tool and an easy way to introduce math concepts such as, flips, slides, turns, shapes and even congruence. I did not have a class set of tangrams, so I made some out of felt. You...

Gingerbread Baby – Video and Worksheet
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January 26, 2019February 11, 2019

Gingerbread Baby – Video and Worksheet

This story play is very popular with my students! I love Jan Brett’s books, so I was excited to create a story play for, “Gingerbread Baby”. This form of storytelling has become a passion of mine because of the reaction I get from students. They are so excited and captivated while watching. It has created...

Kindergarten Worksheets – Roll and Build a Snowman
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January 17, 2019January 17, 2019

Kindergarten Worksheets – Roll and Build a Snowman

With the snow on the ground, my students are constantly talking about snowmen! I wanted to build on this interest in the classroom with this hands-on snowman math activity. Each student received a container with all of the parts of their snowman. I also handed out a yellow sheet of paper. I find when students...

Pre-K and Kindergarten Activities – Plasticine Mini Unit
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January 6, 2019January 6, 2019

Pre-K and Kindergarten Activities – Plasticine Mini Unit

I have been the kindergarten specialist (aka. kindergarten specials/kindergarten prep teacher) at my school for several years now, and I love my job!  I try to make my kindergarten activities hands-on and filled with new learning experiences.  We had a great week working with plasticine!  This mini unit includes, art, science and even some math activities...

Simple Science Experiments – Colour Changing Flower
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November 29, 2018November 29, 2018

Simple Science Experiments – Colour Changing Flower

I really enjoy doing simple science experiments with kids.  They learn so much from the experiments and it gets them excited about science.  Some students recently asked how water gets into a tree.  They knew that leaves don’t ‘drink’ the rain, but wondered how the water got into the leaves and tree.  I decided to...