Jack and the Beanstalk Activity. STEM and sensory activity to go with the book!

Jack and the Beanstalk Activity: Build a Castle in the Clouds

Jack and the Beanstalk Activity: Build a Castle in the Clouds - Mom Inspired Life Jack and the Beanstalk Activity. STEM and sensory activity to go with the book! Really want fantastic suggestions about arts and crafts?

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers.

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers. - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Jack and the Beanstalk measuring activities: Kindergarten BLOG

Jack and the Beanstalk

Reading in the Content Areas 1 The students read Jack and the Bean Stalk with their teacher and then move on to do little experiments where they have to read and understand the questions.

Beans and flower pots counting activity

Beans and Flower Pots Counting Activity

Jack and the beanstalk story map

Jack and the beanstalk story map were going on treasure hunt. draw/ label built and natural environment on our adventure to our treasure.

Jack and the beanstalk inspired Finger Gym. Green spaghetti in the dough. Carefully place the leaves and wheetos to build a beanstalk.

"Jack and the beanstalk inspired Finger Gym. Green spaghetti in the dough. Carefully place the leaves and wheetos to build a beanstalk" erm so many questions to be asked here.

Magic Beans Game

Illustrated activity sheet describing a really fun whole class activity that involves the children running around pretending to be magic beans and avoiding

The kids loved watching bean seeds sprout. We put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel. The bags were taped to our classroom window (with names written in permanent marker). Of course we also read "Jack and the Beanstalk

Plantes The kids loved watching bean seeds sprout. We put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel. The bags were taped to our classroom window (with names written in permanent marker). Of course we also read "Jack and the Beanstalk

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