Interactive app showing kids how lungs and heart work. Kids learn hands on by creating a breathe or a heartbeat - fun science activities for kids
Geography Skill Activity - this idea can be adapted that a large plastic map is taped on the classroom floor. To study geography and locations in an exciting and energetic way,the students can step/jump on the places called out by the teacher.
I LOVE geography! I know that makes me weird. But I was a history major in college so a love of geography probably comes along with that. Now I’m a homeschooling mom. I’ve noticed that my 5 year old also loves geography. I don’t even really have to teach him either. He just somehow absorbs … … Continue reading →
Types of Comprehension Questions Foldie Fun! We focus a lot of teaching the difference between Literal and Inferential questions, but once we have that down, we start talking about the different types of questions we find in reading. FREE template included.
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Inside pix of the cereal box suitcase for the 115-page FREE Christmas Around the World Unit. Students tuck their "craftivities" and lessons inside the suitcase, & keep other lessons in the "briefcase" file folders, including their passport that they get stamped when they travel. This is a map that they chart.
Task Card Organization and Management: This work better than my current bins:) I think I can use a poster board to do this.
Or turn them into a pom-pom tree for a woodland-themed reading area. | 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom
Ultimate Guide to Hands-On Math for 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade. Some great fine motor practice ideas in here!
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Lego math games/what a great visual for kids!!!