We have been learning about space this week. Check out some of the fun we've had! We filled the sensory table with Moon Dust (flour) and recreated the moon landing. One of my students discovered she could leave her hand print on the moon! We also dropped medium sized stones into the moon dust to create craters on the moon. You can see one if you look to the right of the hand print. Writing like astronauts! Shaving cream fun....Saturn! .......The Sun! Click on the image…
Classroom Systems That Work! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Today was our 5th day of first grade, and our best yet! Although I at times have felt like a fish out of water due to my newness to the campus, I have been bound and determined to make a consistent clear operation within my classroom regardless of how I am feeling on the inside. […]
Going Back to Kinder
how tall am I- a block center measurement activity students measure their friends and themselves using blocks and record their answers
Shaving cream writing - learning through sensory play
This sensory writing activity uses shaving cream to make learning letters, numbers, and sight words fun and easy for kids!
3 Multiplication Games Your Students Will Love (All About 3rd Grade)
Hey friends! As we all know, multiplication is HUGE in 3rd grade!After teaching what multiplication is and all the different ways to multiply...we turn to memorizing those facts. Because let's face
Fun Learning Printables for Kids
Fun children's learning activities, including printable templates, for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school kids.
15 Fun, Hands On Activities for Learning About 2D and 3D Shapes
15 fun and hands-on learning activities for teaching children about 2D and 3D shapes and their properties. Great for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.
5 Must Try Classroom Tools for Building Number Sense
Counting with Place Value, using manipulatives with counting to develop a strong understanding of place value
ONE MORE - OR LESS???
One math standard that many children struggle with is the ability to understand what is one more and one less. Let’s see what happens when we hop, sing, and move this standard. Paper Clip (Parisa Ghannadan) Make a number line on a sentence strip. Use a paper clip to slide to different numbers and the children can see what comes before and after. Number Line Hop Draw a number line with chalk on the carpet or use masking tape to make a number line on the floor. Choose different children to hop…
Christmas literacy activity post office writing table
Make a fun and engaging Christmas literacy activity with this post office writing table learning area! Early writing skills and imaginative role play combined
Count and Climb with Jack and the Beanstalk
Count and climb Jack's beanstalk with this fun early year maths activity for toddlers and preschoolers for the classic Fairy Tale Jack and the Beanstalk
Preschool Geometry: Building Shapes with Playdough
Teaching your preschooler about shapes? Try this fun, hands-on geometry activity by building shapes with playdoh!