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    Lima Bean Experiment

    Start by putting the lima bean seed in a plastic bag with a slightly damp paper towel. The roots will start to grow and children can see them. Once the roots have grown some transfer them to a cup and the leaves will start to grow.

    In this activity, the teacher places some beans on the table, and asks the children to count them. Then, the children hide their eyes while the teacher places some of these counters under the bowl. When they open their eyes up, they can see how many of the beans are left visible outside of the bowl. This should tell them how many are under the bowl. Basically, this is a missing addend game.

    Planting and growing beans in our preschool window

    Skittles Rainbow - Science experiment for kids

    foamy fountain experiment

    Flower Experiment for Kids- a fun & magical way for kids to learn about flowers

    Fun kids' science experiment. Make a rainbow in a jar!! {Playdough to Plato}

    Lava lamp experiment - A girl and a glue gun: mason jars...for kids!

    How to Make Lightning - Two simple science experiments for kids to demonstrate how to make sparks and explain how lightning occurs.

    24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy Too! I want to try all of them

    Included are three sets of dominos. One has numbers 0-10 in order, the other has numbers 0-20 in random order. The last set has number words. All three sets come with student response sheets in color and in black and white. SUPER CUTE Clip Art on all sets! Created by Alma Almazan

    Early Childhood Themes...thematic activities for preschoolers and kindergarten

    Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- bulletin board?

    Do your students need extra practice with multiplication facts? This packet might be able to help!! This set has 22 "roll and color" multiplication pages... there is one page for each "times table" from 2 to 12. There are full-color and black-and-white versions included. $

    Interactive frog counting book: A great addition to your math learning center or to your collection of busy books/ lap books. Provides hands on opportunities to practice counting, patterning, construction/deconstruction numbers, and addition.

    All About Plants! Common Core unit