Discover and save creative ideas

    More to explore:


    More from this board

    FREE printable map skills book

    Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Printable Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game

    I love these!! Camping Themed Story Stones. {Playdough to Plato}

    Sight word Tic Tac Toe

    Silly Sentences!

    Our Worldwide Classroom: free printable, three-part cards for the periodic table of elements

    Math, Science, Social Studies......Oh, my!: Engineering Design: Water Wheels

    Egg Carton Shake Up Multiplication and addition

    {invitations to ... engage, discover & learn} Create simple invitations to help engage your children in meaningful experiences...

    Functional Folding Fun! Elementary Paper Folding Flap Books!

    I Love 2 Teach: Prefix & Suffix Foldable {Freebie}

    b and d reversal

    MARK MY WORD: WORD WORK - 30 print and go worksheets $

    Kids Books & Activities that explore the moon, bats and the outdoors at night!

    10 apps for preschoolers: 1. Montessori Crosswords 2. Handwriting without Tears: Wet, Dry, Try Capital Letters and Numbers 3. TeachMe Toddler 4. Monkey Preschool Lunchbox 5. Park Math – Duck Duck Moose 6. Bugs and Bubbles 7. PBS Kids Video 8. Farm 123 Free – StoryToys Junior 9. Little Writer – The Tracing App for Kids 10. Rover – The Browser for Education

    Bible Alphabet Coloring Pages

    Letter Sounds Scavenger Hunt

    Short & Long vowel clip it activity

    10 ways for young children to learn about weather and have fun at the same time!

    You can enter their current spelling list and they play games using those words.

    Learning the difference between similar looking letters like 'd' and 'b'

    This homemade Lego puzzle book is a super fun way for lego fans to learn patterning and shapes - great math activity

    Crayon Rock Cycle...Science of Rocks - learn how rocks cycle through its various forms: sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous through time!

    Moon phase and weather board.

    This blog post shows the cups being used for music, but I could see them being used for spelling words or math equations! Another teacher suggested place value or sequencing numbers. What do you think you could do with them?