Making 10! great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: oral, visual, kinethetic, tactile.
Kindergarten math strategies: great anchor charts for K and 1st grade math. Could even make tip books for student work stations so these strategies are always close at hand as kids are learning them!
hot chocolate addition....could also use this when teaching array
Addition Strategies Anchor Chart from Kindergarten Smarts; would be good to make one for addition and subtraction at the beginning of the year to refresh
Free shake and spill ladybug math mats for 4, 5, and 6
Make these sweet little math books with your kids. Made from one piece of folded paper.
Addition Story Templates to Go With Book, If You Were a Plus Sign (from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten; free)
Addition anchor chart: I could use this to reinforce that there is more than one way to remember how to add.
Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten : Math- Addition Cups! Cups have holes in them so that the manipulative a drop through. The kids use white board markers to write the numbers.
Kindergarten Health Education Worksheet Printable
2 FREE food group card games: Teach your kids about choosing healthy foods through these two fun games!
Make a cute Sneezy to teach your students about covering their cough and sneezes. #brightideasbloghop
There was an old lady who swallowed a pie-Sequencing activity, fine motor control, following direction and building listening skills!
Spreading germs. Teaches children how germs spread and why it is so important to wash their hands.
Why Do I Need Sunscreen? - I think my kids would have fun smearing that all over the paper... not that it would make them hold still any better the next time they have to be coated down, but oh well, at least they'll learn something as they have fun. - "I tried this with my kids. Unfortunately, I think we used too much, so it didn't work. Operator error. O.o" --Dianna Smith
Glitter germs lesson- LOVE this!
Teaching Kids About GERMS: Great lessons using these common objects to help illustrate how germs spread by touching objects and through coughing and sneezing. I LOVE this lesson!
Experiments that have to do with our teeth and how the things we eat and drink affect them.