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Fun, educational spring activities, crafts, science, and free printable worksheets to make learning fun for kids!
Tracy Atkinson saved to spring
This comparing numbers math pack is perfect for your Kindergarten math centers, but many of the activities can also be used in preschool and pre-k as well. You can also use them for morning work or small group time. They are all fun, hands-on math activities and games that will keep your students engaged while learning so much! All of the activities are differentiated to meet the needs of students at different levels of ability. You will get 15 activities that come in both color AND black…
Fun Learning for Kids saved to Products
This blog posts has some fun ideas for student learning activities from the Dollar Tree. These kindergarten centers include fine motor, word work, and even cooperation! Also included are ideas for literacy center storage and some fun ways for teachers to keep learning fun in the kindergarten or first grade classroom. Kids will love these fun hands on centers! #kindergartenclassroom #januarycenters
Ashley Crussel saved to Kindergarten
Develop fine motor skills and letter recognition with this easy DIY activity. Preschoolers will love learning the alphabet as they peel and match the stickers. This puzzles takes 5 minutes to set up and makes a fantastic rainy day or busy bag activity. #finemotor #prechooler #literacy #letters #alphabet #rainyday #busybag
Construction Math and Literacy Centers are loaded with fun, hands on construction themed activities to help your students build math and literacy concepts! Literacy skills covered are letter identification, beginning sounds, handwriting, syllables, building vocabulary words, sight words, and writing/journaling. Math skills cover are one to one correspondence, counting, addition, making 10, non-standard measurement, maps, 3D shapes, and 2D shapes. Each activity has a page of teacher tips to…
Lorrie Crowther saved to Lessons
Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!
Aimie Young saved to Education
Here’s a busy bag activity you can add to your shapes collection. All you need to make this simple activity are some large popsicle sticks and markers! Shapes on one side, names on the other. Start…
Brittney Alyssa saved to Busy Boxes
75+ easy quiet bin ideas for toddler and preschoolers - independent play ideas - preschool activity centers
NurtureStore saved to NurtureStore.co.uk