Spring has sprung and so have all the plants and flowers! This is a great time to teach your students about the life cycle of a flower. I have created some life cycle activities that will keep your students engaged. Also, why stop at the life cycle of a flower, when you can do all […]
Every spring we celebrate Earth Day. It is an important day for everyone to remember what we can do to take care of our Earth. If you are looking for some Earth Day worksheets, make sure to grab the free coloring pages and a Seesaw sorting activity too! These free Earth Day worksheets are quick […]
Wintertime can be so magical and fun for kids. If you live in a cold climate, there’s the freshly fallen snow, ice skating and sledding, and building snowmen. Well even if you don’t live in a chilly tundra, like me, you can always bring that winter fun to life in your own classroom! Here are […]
Spring is here! What a great feeling, am I right?! Living in Minnesota makes for a LONG winter. So, I always get excited to shed the winter clutter and activities in the classroom and bring out the new spring centers. I have created a list of some of my favorite spring centers, spring teaching tips, […]
Hi teachers! We all know that every year we want to change up our classroom, try something new, and make it a fresh start! That can get a bit pricey year after year. I was at Target the other day and I found some amazing products in the Target Dollar Spot (or now called Bullseye’s Playground), […]
For the science fair last spring, we chose to do the 5 senses as a kindergarten team. The kids loved learning about all the different senses! I made this poster on butcher paper to be displayed at the science fair with all of our fun projects. I just thought I would share!