Jack and The Beanstalk (soak beans overnight so they swell and sprout more quickly. Plant in soil, insert wooden skewer with castle and clouds (cotton balls) attached at top.

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!

Try this science experiment with children over the course of several days. Fill up 4 vases with different coloured water and put 1 white carnation in each one. Watch the flowers over the next four days change to the colour of the water.

Love this classic color changing flower experiment for kids! White carnations or daisies with food color. Water will soak up and color flowers. Learn how flowers "drink" water

Write down their answers and hang in the hall with the "jacks beans craft" shown on this pin board

Journal Entry Idea and/or Write down their answers and hang in the hall with the "jacks beans craft" shown on this pin board

Exploring weight and capacity by weighing out bird seed in the sensory tray. Great for developing mathematical language in EYFS

Enormous Turnip -Exploring weight and capacity by weighing out bird seed in the sensory tray. Great for developing mathematical language in EYFS

Jack and the Beanstalk

We started the month off with a mysterious beanstalk sprouting in the middle of our classroom. I have a REALLY hard time just reading the t.

Jack and the Bean Stalk

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!

Build a castle in the clouds with this fun Jack and the Beanstalk extension activity!

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

FREE Jack and the Beanstalk Board Game Add and Subtract

I love reading your feedback! Here is a Jack and the Beanstalk Board Game to help your students understand the concept of adding or subtracting one to a number. Spin the spinner and go either up or down the beanstalk depending on whether you see a +

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