Brown Baggin' It: A Touch-and-Feel Game
Too many worksheets make for one uncooperative boy. It’s easy to get in a rut. Ask a soon-to-be-first-grader and they’ll tell you: ruts are NOT fun. To mix it up, I put together a guessing game for my son that I discovered in “Rainy Days and Saturdays” by Linda Hetzer. I labeled brown lunch sacks with the numbers one through 10. Then I ran around the house and collected 10 objects (e.g., an apple, crayon, flip-flop sandal, etc.) when my son was out of the house, stuffed one object in each…
We just finished our Five Senses unit. I absolutely LOVED teaching the kiddos about their five senses. They loved learning about it too! It's a long post, sorry, but worth the read for a wealth of activities to try in your classroom. I always to make sure to incorporate reading in each lesson. We read on the carpet with my students all gathered around my rocking chair. It's a time of the day that they all enjoy. Here are some books about the five senses that I read with this unit (and…
Fantastic Five Senses Unit
So we are back to another fun filled school term. After the nice 3 week long break, we dove headfirst into another exciting science unit. ...
FREE 5 Senses Potato Head Game
Playing with Mr. Potato Head has always been fun, but with this FREE printable 5 Senses Game it can be educational too! Kids can build a silly looking Mr. Potat
Engage your class in an exciting hands-on experience learning the five senses! Perfect for science activities for Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of inviting science activities. Students will learn five senses scienc