Watch bean seeds sprout: put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel then tape to a window. Good link to '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

Jack & the Beanstalk Puppets...A set of beautifully designed ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ illustrations, ideal to cut out and use as visual aid stick puppets.

Jack & the Beanstalk Puppets.A set of beautifully designed ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ illustrations, ideal to cut out and use as visual aid stick puppets.

Fun twist to make measurement fun! :) For added fun and extra practice, change the size of the writing to smaller (and messier) print from "Baby Giant" and change the size of the footprint...

Jack and the Beanstalk

This one is for Measurement and planting seeds - Jack and the Beanstalk. You could write messages and sign them from different characters/animals to fit your weekly theme/story.Brown Bear, Pete the Cat, Little Quack, Goldilocks, etc.

This Jack and the Beanstalk One-and-Done project will fit right into your study of fairy tales! 3 choices for the recording sheets and 2 writing pages! ($)

Jack and the Beanstalk One and Done Project

Use this One-and-Done project during your Fairy Tale study. There are three choices of wording, each with solid words and with dotted words for the children to trace.

Jack and the Beanstalk

Fantastic Jack and the Beanstalk setup. What a great reading nook this would be for a fairytales unit!

jack and the beanstalk role play area - Google Search

Jack and the Beanstalk mathematics and craft activity: ask students to count out magic beans, leaves, and clouds. Jack et le haricot magique

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