These flower measurement activities are a fun addition to math centers – especially if you are doing a garden or spring theme! They’re suitable for kids in preschool or kindergarten.
These FREE flower clock crafts are a fun addition to telling time activities. They’re suitable for kids in Preschool up to First Grade.
These fruit syllable activities help kids develop their phonological awareness. It’s also a super fun activity to do as a part of a fruit theme.
These fruit pom pom mats help develop kid’s fine motor skills whilst also teaching them about beginning sounds. They are suitable for kids in Pre-K or Kindergarten.
These phonics activities help develop kid’s fine motor skills whilst also teaching them about beginning sounds, digraphs and blends. They are suitable for kids in Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade.
This dramatic play center features a “Magic School” for pretend wizards and witches. It’s a perfect addition to Halloween activities, but can be used all year round too. It’s suitable for kids in Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade. Although I’m sure many older students (and adults) will enjoy playing in this area too. 😊
These fun shark addition games help kids learn sums up to 20. They’re fun for kids in pre-k, kindergarten or first grade – especially during Shark Week!
These silkworm science activities help kids learn about the life cycle of a silk moth. They’re a great addition to science centers in Pre-K up to First Grade.
These spider addition activities are a fun addition to math centers in Pre-K, Kindergarten or First Grade. You can adapt the sums to suit the learning needs of the kids.
These FREE fine motor activities are fun for Shark Week or literacy centers. They help kids learn about the “sh” digraph and develop fine motor skills too!