This is a fun activity to try with your students after reading "The Mitten". I use child-size mittens (2 different sizes). Use the plastic counting bears - stick with only one size. It is surprising how many of those little bears will fit in a
I have used this web during my work as a Speech & Language Assistant. Filling out the various categories in the web to describe an object helps improve and expand students' language and organizational skills. I hope that you find it useful.
Hands on fun for your students to experiment with mixing colours.
Let each children pick the two primary colours that they'd like to mix. I pour a small amount of tempera paint on margarine container lids (or pie plates) and let them put each
The numbers on the "bed" print out are not showing up on the preview but should show up when you download. Use this print out for number recognition and sequencing. Print on cardstock for more durability. The children can draw faces in the
A fun activity for all age groups. Set up assembly style and have 4 - 6 students mix up their very own pancake batter measuring out all of the ingredients themselves. This activity provides learning in many areas including math, science, social