Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
When I saw this idea on Pinterest (from Mrs. Dahl’s Classroom) to make a paper plate clock for learning to tell time, I knew we had to do it! Gresham is ready to learn how to tell time, and we have been needing to just sit down and work on it. Easier said than done […]
🧪 How to Make a Lava Lamp in 5 minutes!
AMAZE your kids with this cool DIY Lava Lamp! Find out how to make a homemade lava lamp with things you have laying around the house. EASY Summer Actiity!
Bugs and Blooms. A little peek at my day job...
Our school art fair was a few days ago. It is one of my busiest times of year. It usually falls around some very special birthdays and during one of my favorite times of year...spring. The teachers hang student art around the building, there is a book fair in the...
Mrs. K, Jacob and Jamison
Recycled paper trees that we made from the tutorial at The Creative Jar. We didn't use paint chips- just construction paper from the scrap box, but the color is pretty brilliant. I love this!
Circular Seasons and Months Chart/Calendar - Large
Print and assemble Completed Calendar is about 19" in diameter Printable Chart for display or project for students allowing a visual of what months are in what seasons. An arrow moves to show not only what month you are in but also what season. Printable pages come in color for quick assembly or ...
Roll-a-Dice Literacy Fun
With my small group pull-out sessions limited to half-hour increments, I'm always looking for quick, engaging reading and writing activities to reinforce literacy skills. I used to think dice games were only for teaching math and probability, but I'm starting to discover that there are ENDLESS possibilities for using dice with literacy. Are you looking for a few ideas? Well... let's shake and roll! 3 Roll-a-Dice Activities for Reading & Writing My roll-a-dice resource collection continues to…
Dinosaur Feet - Loving My Nest
We had a great time pretending we were a dinosaur with some really easy to make dinosaur feet. Dinosaur Feet Cardboard Ribbon Paint Cut out the shape of a dinosaur foot from cardboard. Punch holes on the left and right side of where your child’s foot will be next to [...]
Crayon Bits - a first grade blog
My kiddos began learning about telling time today. After asking why learning to tell time is important and listing some of their responses, we viewed a United Streaming video that was an excellent introduction called Tick Tock All About the Clock. The video not only talked about the history of clocks and how they worked, but also showed many different kinds of clocks. My students finished the sentence "I need to learn to tell time so..." and created some very cute clocks!
ANZAC day wreath - poppies made from egg cartons and the wreath made for a paper plate. cheap and easy to make and lots of fun for the kids!