PATTIES CLASSROOM: Plants and Seeds and JACK AND THE BEANSTALK!

"My Little Sprout House" a ziplock baggie stapled behind a cute little house. seeds, cotton balls holding water and hang them in a window to watch them sprout and grow. for plants theme

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

(Letter J Week - Jack and the beanstalk) Class Messages. This one is for Measurement. 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.

5. Dry Erase Board on Circle Time board. We use it for everything from the daily question to magnet boards to transitions. We use it all day long. By far the most valuable tool in our classroom. PA Standards:1.5.2 Content 1.5.6 Convention 1.6.1 Discussion - Due to the varied nature of use, standards can be met in virtually all domains using this tool.

Dry Erase Board on Circle Time board. We use it for everything from the daily…

STEM activity / challenge with a STEM tale: Jack's golden egg delivery service! Jack and the Beanstalk takes a slightly different twist: a hands-on STEM twist! STEM tales are a series of STEM challenges that are accessible for your youngest budding engineers; they use a fairy tale that your students are likely already familiar with.

STEM activity - Jack and the Beanstalk Fairy Tale Challenge

STEM activity / challenge with a STEM tale: Jack's golden egg delivery service! Jack and the Beanstalk takes a slightly different twist: a hands-on STEM twist! STEM tales are a series of STEM challenges that are accessible for your youngest budding engine

Jack and the Beanstalk measuring activities: Kindergarten BLOG - more at megacutie.co.uk

Last week (yes, I’m a little behind) we read Jack and the Beanstalk, which ties in nicely to my seeds and planting theme. We began by reading Jack and the Beans

Maths through stories - Jim and the Beanstalk measuring glasses

It seems obvious to plan primary English work around stories and texts.


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