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Playing with Numbers

December 1, 2012
Playing with Numbers

Playing with Numbers Using ordinary playing cards to help your students master their addition facts.  The deck of cards is placed between the players. Each player turns over 2 card on their turn, adds up the cards* and puts a bingo chip on the sum.  When a player has 3 chips in a row...
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Circus Tents!

October 11, 2012
Circus Tents!

                      Circus Fun My students really got into making their own circus tents and it allowed them to include all the elements that they had been learning about.  Some of my students added the “audience” in the background, which looked really cool. I couldn’t...
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Researching the Circus

September 17, 2012
Researching the Circus

Researching the Circus My students are having a blast learning about circus acts, playing with shapes and reading excellent books!  Everyone selected a topic to learn more about performing for a circus in order to put together their own.  These are the work sheets I came up with to help them focus their research....
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The Chester the Clown Challenge

September 11, 2012
The Chester the Clown Challenge

Chester the Clown.     Chester the Clown I am starting a unit on the circus to incorporate geometry in a different way.  Before school started I sent out a puzzle for my students to assemble of this circus scene to give them a clue about what we would be studying. This week I’m...
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States of Matter Experiments

August 2, 2012
States of Matter Experiments

States of Matter Discovering everything is either a solid, liquid or a gas can be fun! We did an activity to help my students get an understanding of molecules and how they are are joined together, I had them smush together tight and asked, “Can you move around?” The response was immediate, “No!” Then...
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Ya-hoo for the 4th of July!

July 3, 2012
Ya-hoo for the 4th of July!

4th of July Looking for a “cool” activity for your kids?  Coloring is always fun, great fine motor building and kids can stay cool.  With te weather in the 90’s this week, that’s a good thing. I also came across these fun activities for kids on Family Fun – great ways to celebrate the...
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Rock “Critters”

June 27, 2012
Rock “Critters”

Using a Rock and Making it Something New The kids had fun making rock “critters”.  They picked out the rocks they wanted to use and we glued them together with Liquid Nails (easy to use).  Once the glue had set (about a day), then it’s time to paint them.  I loved the colors and...
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Easter Bunny

April 5, 2012
Easter Bunny

Reinforce the alphabet with this coloring sheet.  Have your child connect the dots with upper case letters, lower case letters and numbers 1 – 7.   Tweet
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St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Sheet

March 14, 2012
St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Sheet

St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Sheet Tweet
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Hoppy Leap Year Coloring Sheet

February 29, 2012
Hoppy Leap Year Coloring Sheet

Leap Year Coloring Sheet! Are you looking for a simple activity for children for Leap Day? Try this simple coloring sheet for leap year!   Tweet
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