These hands on graphing activities help kids learn how to write tally marks and record data on a bar graph. They make a great addition to Kindergarten or First Grade math centers.
These fine motor activities are a fun way to develop fine motor skills whilst learning about holiday celebrations too. The activities include torn paper art, dot marker, cutting practice, hole punch and cotton swab painting printables! Suitable for kids in Preschool, PreK and Kindergarten.
These graphing activities help kids in Kindergarten and First Grade learn about tally marks, pictographs, bar graphs and pie charts.
These Christmas writing prompts and festive craft activities include a Santa, elf, reindeer, gingerbread house and more! They are suitable for kids in Preschool, PreK, Kindergarten, First Grade or Second Grade.
Grass heads are a fantastic hands-on project if you’re looking to teach kids about the plant life cycle, especially the grass life cycle. Not only are they fun and engaging, but they also provide a visual representation of how plants grow from seeds. The following grass head activities are an awesome addition to a plants […]
These weather bear activities help kids learn about weather symbols, temperature and how to dress the bear in suitable clothes. They’re suitable for kids in Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten.
This Weather Station dramatic play center helps kids learn about weather symbols, temperature and more! It’s suitable for kids in Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten, although I’m sure older children will love it too!
These phonics activities help kids learn sound patterns using recycled milk caps (bottle lids). Milk caps are fun, tactile and are an easy way to adapt activities for kids in Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade or Special Education.
These 2D and 3D shape activities help kids learn to identify shapes using real world objects. They’re a fun addition to math centers or fine motor tubs in Preschool, Pre-K or Kindergarten.
These ten frames activities help kids develop counting and number recognition skills. You can differentiate learning by focusing on numbers 0-10, 0-20 or 0-30. They make a great addition to math centers in Preschool, Pre-K or Kindergarten.