Ten Apples Up On Top Counting and Stacking
Ten Apples Up On Top Counting and Stacking. Simple Dr. Seuss book extension and math activity for toddlers and preschoolers!
Count and Match the Fruit | Worksheet | Education.com
How many fruits do you spot? Kids count up each type of fruit, then draw a line to connect them to the correct number.
The garden provides a plethora of opportunities to practice basic mathematical functions such as calculations, comparisons, and measurements...
Edible Art – Grape + Toothpick Sculptures are Healthy and Fun!
These edible art grape and toothpick sculptures were the kids' after school snack yesterday. They were fun to make, briefly admire, and then eat! Edible art is the perfect combination of delicious and engaging. Oh, and healthy. Make Your Own Edible Art Sculptures These grape and toothpick sculptures are similar to the marshmallow & toothpick sculptures that we've tried in the past, but much easier and so much better. Grapes are perfect for this activity. Really. Perfect…
Unit price project 7th grade
Pick one object.... I chose coffee for my example Students must choose 6-10 different pictures with prices from fliers that represent their object. Then they must find the unit rate for each object. Price per pound, ounce, whatever just make sure all items are measured in the same unit or you will need to convert. Put a check mark next to the cheapest item. Write: How did you get the unit price, explain each step.
Apple Math Fun in Preschool - Tasting and Graphing Apples
A fun way to combine science, math, and art for lots of playful learning! Great for a preschool apple theme, as well as kindergarten and homeschool. #playfulpreschool
Pumpkins- The Project
We ended our investigation by measuring the pumpkins. The kids recorded how tall they were. The kids have learned about the pumpkin life cycle through many books that we have read and some videos from YouTube. We decided to create a display for the hallway that shows how a pumpkin grows. The kids signed up to be on the seed/soil team, sprout team, vine team, flower team, green pumpkin team, and orange pumpkin team. We set out materials and they all created their part to show the cycle. Here…
Great Cookbooks for Kids and Math Fun in the Kitchen
There's all kinds of ways that kids can get involved in the kitchen! Encourage some math fun while cooking and enjoy this great selection of kids' cookbooks!
DIY Kids Play Market - TaylorMade
A few months ago, I had the really great idea that Santa would bring the boys a Play Market. Then all of a sudden it was Dec 20th and we had nothing. But thankfully Santa is really talented and he can stay up really late and he did just that :) I told my husband...Read More »