Walking on Eggs

Walking on Eggs

This kids' science activity is a jaw-dropping fun way to teach little Einsteins about the strength of arches. How can a hen sit on an egg and not break it, but a chick can peck its way out? To find the answer, just walk on eggs. Like our Rainbow Jar activity, it's a...

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Butterfly Life Cycle Hats

Butterfly Life Cycle Hats

This science project and art activity in one is a memorable way to help kids learn about the four stages of the butterfly life cycle: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and (the most exciting of all!) butterfly. It's a perfect addition to a life cycle unit, spring science...

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Easter Egg Math Facts Activity

Easter Egg Math Facts Activity

In need of a fun new way to practice math facts? We've got you covered! This simple Easter egg math fact activity is a motivating way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication - just about anything! Just grab your stash of plastic Easter eggs and you're ready...

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Football Counting Clip Cards

Football Counting Clip Cards

One-to-one correspondence, fine motor practice and number recognition are just some of the reasons I love using counting clip cards with my kindergarten students. And this football variety is sure to score a touchdown with young sports fans!  It's great practice for...

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15 Non-Candy Easter Basket Stuffers

15 Non-Candy Easter Basket Stuffers

Do you love Easter but loathe the post-egg hunt sugar crash too?! Every year at about this time, I start brainstorming non-candy Easter basket stuffers. I'm all for festive-colored sweet treats (Cadbury Cream eggs are my absolute fave!) but I also like the fun to...

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Frozen Science Experiments

Frozen Science Experiments

Whether you're a super fan of the movie Frozen or you're just on the hunt for some wintery science projects kids will love, these 20 Frozen science experiments are sure to melt your heart. Whip up ice that's hot to the touch, melt Elsa's frozen hands, make some fizzy...

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Phonics 4 in a Row Game

Phonics 4 in a Row Game

Whether you're working on simple CVC words, digraphs, blends or R-influenced words, these playful Phonics 4 in a Row games are a must-play. Kids love them so much that they actually ASK to play again! Snag your set below and then hop over and snag our 26 more work...

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Roll a Rainbow Snack Dice Game

Roll a Rainbow Snack Dice Game

This colorful dice game had my 5 year-old, A, practicing adding to 10 and literally jumping out of her chair with excitement for her rainbow snack.  As a bonus, turning snack time into a game made eating healthy food all the more fun. Getting Ready To make the rainbow...

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Spring Addition Game

Spring Addition Game

Dive into your stash of mini erasers or use our printable cut-outs for a playful spring addition game that gives kids practice writing and solving addition equations. It's a perfect complement to our popular Addition Write and Wipe Cards! Getting Ready To prep the...

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Pot of Gold Word Family Sort

Pot of Gold Word Family Sort

With St. Patrick's Day quickly approaching, this fun leprechaun-inspired word family sort is a must-try. Kids will love playing with gold (who can blame them?!) and YOU'LL love that they're practicing important reading skills. To make it easier for you to get EVERY...

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Spring Pattern Cards

Spring Pattern Cards

With the trees budding, garden lettuces sprouting and robins returning, spring is definitely in the air! What better way to celebrate the new season than with some colorful spring pattern cards?! The bugs and critters on these spring pattern cards are so stinkin'...

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Easter Addition to 10

Easter Addition to 10

Are you looking for an EGG-CELLENT way to practice addition? This fun Easter-themed activity is perfect! Scroll below to grab your freebie and then make sure to hop over and snag our Easter STEM challenges for more math fun. Getting Ready The prep work was as quick as...

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Dancing Frankenworms Kids’ Science Experiment

Dancing Frankenworms Kids’ Science Experiment

This simple kids' science activity is perfect for little scientists who like seeing creatures come alive before their eyes.  Like our fizzing popsicle paint and magic balloons, this kids' science experiment uses baking soda and vinegar to make gummy worms dance....

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Gingerbread Man in a Jar

Gingerbread Man in a Jar

This kids' homemade gift, a gingerbread man in a jar, is the perfect gingerbread playdough kit that brings the Gingerbread Man story to life! My 5 year old daughter, A, loved every step of creating the homemade gift - from making the playdough to packaging up the...

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Layered Love Potion Valentine’s Day Science Activity

Layered Love Potion Valentine’s Day Science Activity

Love is in the air at our house and we've begun getting ready for Valentine's Day by mixing up some Love Potion.  This easy Valentine's Day science activity is a spin on our popular Rainbow Jar activity.  To boot, it's a great way to learn about density! Getting...

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Sharpie Tie-Dye Science

Sharpie Tie-Dye Science

We love tie-dye, but could do without the dyed hands, repeated rinsing and stained sink. Enter: Sharpie tie-dye shirts to the rescue!   This crafty kids' science activity is the perfect solution! It's a fun way to explore solvents with tie-dye but skip the mess....

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Valentine Editable Sight Word Game

Valentine Editable Sight Word Game

I'm crazy about editable sight word games because they make it so easy to differentiate. With just a few clicks of our keyboard, we can make one literacy center that's just right for our highest readers and then, moments later, print a second version of the exact same...

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Valentine’s Day Art: Colorful Hearts

Valentine’s Day Art: Colorful Hearts

Valentine's Day is right around the corner and there's no better way to celebrate than with a cheerful Valentine's Day heart art project! Kids will LOVE creating this beautiful art and YOU'LL love the easy-to-follow instructions. Getting Ready To prep, I gathered...

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Hundred Chart Puzzles #Colorize

Hundred Chart Puzzles #Colorize

These bright and colorful hundred chart puzzles  are a simple, hands-on way to help kids build number sense. Children can easily count on (22, 23, 24...), identify patterns (10, 20, 30...) and understand more and less (10 is more than 4...) There are so many simple...

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Free Hundred Chart and 10 Ways to Use It

Free Hundred Chart and 10 Ways to Use It

A hundred chart is a surprisingly simple way to teach a lot of math skills. For instance, you can use a hundred chart to teach kids number sequencing (1, 2, 3), patterns (each column on the chart ends in the same digit) and skip counting (10, 20, 30, etc.). Grab your...

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