Bridge for The Gingerbread Man

A bridge for The Gingerbread Man

This activity involves a fun science experiment, a great way for students to have fun and learn what makes the strongest bridge for a gingerbread man to cross.

Who broke the chair? The 3 bears crime scene. Children enjoyed using cameras, phones and magnifying glasses to find clues around the Nursery.

Who broke the chair? The 3 bears crime scene. Children enjoyed using cameras, phones and magnifying glasses to find clues around the Nursery. Could use for teaching to infer

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Activities! and FREEBIES!

This activity uses a story map to retell the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. A story map is an easy way to introduce literary elements (particualary the essential ones such as characters, setting, and main events) to your students.

Beanstalk Measurement Activity Using "Jack" & "Giant" Feet (from Learning & Teaching With Preschoolers)

Beanstalk Measurement Activity Using "Jack" & "Giant" Feet (from Learning & Teaching With Preschoolers) - Could maybe do feet outlines small & large

Porridge oats play dough recipe! For playful retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Porridge Oats Playdough

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