It know it is definitely Spring here in the South! My allergies have kicked in full blast, it's 70 degrees one day and 50 the next, and we have baseball every night of the week!
I wanted to share a few freebies I use each year in my classroom-I know not everyone is allowed to celebrate Easter at school, so there's a few non-religious ones, too.
Using Starburst jellybeans, we investigate what happens when you place them in different liquids.
After reading the cutest little book called Three Pigs, One Wolf, and Seven Magic Shapes, we made these little bunnies from tangrams.
Even though these are in plastic eggs, they don't have to be! Or you could use them in an animal study, too. This Math Egg Hunt is a favorite every year. I've done it outdoors and in the media center. Team the kids up, give them a color to find, and let them go! It's perfect for reviewing how to synergize after Spring Break!
and here's another little freebie! I'm currently obsessed with watercolor and I've been working on printables for teachers, too. So here's a little sample! Hopefully I'll have more to post soon!
Just download from Dropbox and save on your computer. It's a png, so just print on nice card stock or have it printed pretty cheap at your local office store! (that's what I do!)
And click here to see all my posts about Easter activities in my classroom!
Happy Spring Blog Hoppers!