Carolyn Miller
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Meet Perry the Place Value Robot! Great anchor chart for teaching word for and expanded form. Links to a great blog post with lots of resources!

Meet Perry the Place Value Robot! Great anchor chart for teaching word for and expanded form. Would be cute with my robot themed September!

Grandma's Place Value Quilt- Help Grandma pick the colors for her quilt according to place value. Such a fun way to practice place values in 2nd Grade! It's in the Back to School NO PREP Packet for Second Grade!

Grandma's place Value Quilt- Help Grandma pick the colors for her quilt according to place value. Such a fun way to practice place value in grade! It's in the Back to school NO PREP Packet for second Grade!

Place Value Freebie! Roll it! Make it! Expand it! This could be used to review/practice place value and expanded notation to tens and ones.

FREE ~ place value practice for deeper understanding of 2 digit addition ~ roll it ~ write it ~ build it ~ draw it ~ write it in expanded notation ~ first grade math ~ common core ~ CooL ScHooL Stuff!,Education,First Gra

Teaching Double Numbers - using our free printable mats to help teach young children double numbers, one of the Natural Maths Secret Code, plus two other teaching ideas for the Early Years classroom | you clever monkey

Teaching Double Numbers - using our free printable mats to help teach young children double numbers, one of the Natural Maths Secret Code, plus two other teaching ideas for the Early Years classroom you clever monkey

outdoors or indoors' investigation table with a leaf cover from IKEA

Set up a "Nature Table" to display all the treasures found on nature hikes. great for scientific observations. {The large leaf is from IKEA.} Smith nature walks might be great to fill up your science center

Jack and the Beanstalk writing . Opinion piece, "would you climb the beanstalk?". Incorporate into fairytales and/or plant unit of study?!

Jack and the Beanstalk writing . Opinion piece, "would you climb the beanstalk? Incorporate into fairytales and/or plant unit of study? Or maybe what would you find at the top of the beanstalk?

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After reading "Jack and the Beanstalk" students can grow their own beans. This would be a great way to incorporate science as well.

Jack and the Bean Stalk Umm...so I love this for a Science/Language Arts connection. Jack and The Beanstalk... soak the beans overnight so they swell and sprout more quickly. Plant in soil, insert wooden skewer with castle and clouds (cotton balls) attached at top!!! Too cool! AMAZING! Defo use for Castle/Fairytale topic.

so I love this for a Science/Language Arts connection. Jack and The Beanstalk. soak the beans overnight so they swell and sprout more quickly. Plant in soil, insert wooden skewer with castle and clouds (cotton balls) attached at top.