Farm Activities!

Perfect for 4 to 7 year olds.

Whether you’re prepping a farm unit or just need motivating ways to teach STEM, math, science, reading and writing skills, this farm MEGA pack is a must-try.

Sign up as a member of our new monthly subscription, The Plato Pack, (and get your time saving mega pack!) HERE.

SO EASY TO DIFFERENTIATE

As always, the activities are designed for kindergarten and first graders so that you can easily stretch your strongest learners and break concepts down for kids who are struggling.

For instance, give students rhyming practice by having them solve rhyming puzzles…

Or STRETCH the activity by having students sound out those CVC words on a record sheet!

For students who need to work on letter sounds, pull out the 26 alphabet and 4 digraph puzzles…

Or if sight words are more their mode, type the words you want students to practice into any of the three EDITABLE games and have them follow up with writing practice.

Because the games are editable, you can practice any words under the sun: Dolch words, Fry lists, classmates’ names, themed fall words, alphabet letters… the possibilities are endless!

TAKE BACK YOUR WEEKENDS

One of the things I love most about The Plato Pack is that it always gives you a HUGE variety of activities so you can save time hunting down ideas.

Since this month is all about the farm, even the 2D shape games have a farm theme!

Work on STEM, engineering, design and problem skills with a batch of print and build LEGO challenges…

Replicate farm-themed geoboard designs and then challenge students to create some of their own!

Stretch students’ vocabulary by learning the names of baby animals.

There’s even a playful measurement activity that has kids comparing the lengths of baby carrots and common school supplies!

The mega bundle includes math games, literacy centers, science experiments, STEM challenges…

EVERYTHING you need for a month of motivating farm lessons!

GRAB YOUR PACK

With the right tools, you can differentiate, motivate and teach like a ninja – stretching activities for kids who are ready for a challenge and breaking down concepts for students who need extra practice.

With just a click of the “print” button, you’ll amp up the fun factor so kids are excited to walk through your classroom doors and learn.

And you’ll save time hunting down activities so you can finally take back your weekends.

THIS IS THE SECRET SAUCE:

I’m so proud to announce our newest member of the Playdough to Plato family: The Plato Pack.

Each month, a themed bundle will arrive in your email inbox. The printable set will include:

-> A motivating pack of STEM challenges

-> Easy to prep literacy centers

-> Ready to go math stations

PLUS

-> Awesome bonus surprises like editable family newsletters, and

-> Access to a members’ only Facebook group of dedicated teachers just like you!

THE ACTIVITIES ARE PERFECT FOR KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE.​

Each month’s Plato Pack includes at least $15 worth of time saving goodies. (Some months include $25 worth of printables you’ll love!)

But here’s the really exciting news: as a member, you’ll pay just $10 a month! The price will never increase.

Or, if you’d prefer to save even MORE, you can snatch up a year’s subscription for just $99.

That’s more than 50% off the price of purchasing each printable pack separately!

BECOME A MEMBER!

Sign up as a member (and get your first time saving mega pack!) HERE.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Stacy

    I wanted to purchase the lifetime membership, as I took your Reading Roadmap course this summer and loved it. My only concern is that I teach Grades 1 and 2 and am wondering if there would be enough activities to challenge my Grade 2s…

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Hi Stacy!
      Thanks for reaching out! I definitely understand your concern. The Plato Pack is primarily designed for Kindergarten and 1st grade teachers, so the question of whether it will actually challenge your second graders depends on where they are. If the majority of them are close to grade level or above, there likely won’t be a ton of material that will challenge them; however, there will be materials that will work well for review and/or introducing concepts. Since you’re teaching a combo class, even if you just use it for your first graders, it may still be a very good fit. It’s hard to give you an exact answer without knowing your students, but I hope this helps!
      Warmly,
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador

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