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fairy tale measuring (and other activities linked to jack and the beanstalk)

### Fairy Tales Light Play: Crown Jewels Math Game for Kids

A fun way to combine learning and fairy tales on the light table! This simple crown jewels math game for preschoolers is great for any princess lover!

Red Riding Hood and Jolly Postman to teach Maps and jolly postman http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=18787

Here's a Jack and the Beanstalk activity where students create a beanstalk that counts by 10s to 120 and shows different ways to make each multiple of 10.

FREE! This is a fun way to add a math component to your language arts. This is a roll and cover game for the three little pigs. I hope you enjoy this fre...

Your students will apply their knowledge of counting from ten with this activity.After rolling the number cube, students will add ten to the number. Find the corresponding number on the sheet and cover it with a theme-related manipulative, or color with a dot marker!If you like this freebie, please consider giving feedback!Looking for more fairy tale fun? "Fairy Tale Friends Personalized Reader" can be found in my store for just \$1.00!

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Jack and the bean stalk, plant a bean and watch it climb from Hope Education

Fairy Tale Song (from First Grade Wow) @Laura Jayson Jayson Jayson Jayson Bilodeau

Mrs. Goff's Pre-K Tales: Goldilocks

Fairy Tale Unit: Jack and the Beanstalk | The Homeschool Den

Huff and Puff (making predictions - testing - and charting results) will go great with The Three Little Pigs. Great Kindergarten science activity!

Jack and the Beanstalk - Math Ideas - Fairy Dust Teaching

Fairytale Castle Classroom Display Photo - SparkleBox

Measure how tall the giant's hand is by stacking beans as whole class and measure how tall each child's hand is by stacking beans at small table.

measuring the length of Rapunzel's hair

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