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What an adorable Mother's Day activity! Future idea :) Click through has a donut idea for Father's Day too. Mother's Day Activities, Spring Activities, Holiday Activities, Mother's Day Projects, School Projects, Classroom Crafts, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Mothers Day Crafts

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Hi! I'm Teri! I am a first grade teacher and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher. On my blog I share classroom ideas, tips and tricks, and K-2 teaching resources. I enjoy writing and crafting, so I love to create activities that tie both together.

Simple Division Activity for Early Learners based on Should I Share My Ice Cream? Simple Division Activity for Early Learners based on Should I Share My Ice Cream? Teaching Division, Division Activities, Math Division, Math Activities For Kids, Eyfs Activities, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Games, Teaching Math

Simple Division Math Activity for Early Learners

Simple Division Activity for Early Learners based on Should I Share My Ice Cream?

Cream Day (End of Year THEME DAYS Free printable ice cream poem for theme day learning & FUN!Free printable ice cream poem for theme day learning & FUN! Preschool Poems, Kindergarten Poems, Preschool Music, Kids Poems, Preschool Summer Theme, Silly Poems, Ice Cream Theme, Ice Cream Day, Summer Poems

Ice Cream Day...and Some FREEBIES!

So I heard from a little birdie that lots of you are either approaching your last week or are days away from your last day. Lucky y'all!!!...

Learning about encouraging kids to be creative writers, inspired by Mo Willems' Elephant and Piggie series. Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Fun Learning, Teaching Kids, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Classes, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas

Describing With Adjectives | Creekside Learning

As kids learn to write creatively, picking up vivid sensory details is key. Describing with adjectives that paint a picture and appeal to the reader’s senses is the goal. We love to learn via our favorite books and recently we were inspired by {affiliate link} Elephant and Piggie’s Should I Share My Ice Cream? by the amazing Mo Willems. In Should I Share My Ice Cream?, Gerald the Elephant describes his ice cream cone, using words like “tasty” and “sweet”. The words are printed into the shape…

Summer Math That’s Perfect for a Preschool Ice Cream Theme Ice Cream Numbers – preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills – Kindergarten Lesson Plans Preschool Lessons, Preschool Classroom, Preschool Crafts, Kids Crafts, Preschool Ideas, Math Crafts, Maths Eyfs, Math Projects, Preschool Science

Summer Math That's Perfect for a Preschool Ice Cream Theme

Ice Cream Numbers - preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills

Ice cream scoop STEAM challenge: exploring shapes with a friend STEAM book extension activity and shapes to build ice cream cones with friends. (Mo Willems, “Should I Share My Ice Cream? 3d Shapes Activities, Friend Activities, Steam Activities, 3d Shapes Kindergarten, Kindergarten Activities, Numeracy Activities, Teaching Shapes, Preschool, Ice Cream Science

Ice cream scoop STEAM challenge: exploring 3D shapes with a friend

This STEAM book extension activity to "Should I share my Ice Cream?" explores friendship & 3D shapes by building ice cream scoops to share with one another.

Pin for Later: 250 Easy, Fun Ways to Get Crafty With Your Kids! Ice Cream Sensory Bin Pom-poms and cone-shaped bowls are key to creating Growing Up Our Style's extra sweet sensory bin. Source: Growing Up Our Style Sensory Tubs, Sensory Boxes, Sensory Play, Motor Activities, Sensory Activities, Preschool Activities, Preschool Centers, Ice Cream Theme, Mo Willems

Ice-Cream Sensory Bin

Pom-poms and cone-shaped bowls are key to creating Growing Up Our Style's extrasweet sensory bin.