Jenny Munro
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Yesterday we read Goldilocks and the Three Bears. After reading the original story, we read this poem. I copied the poem onto chart paper .

This free roll and cover game is such a fun ladybug math activity!

Looking for a spring roll and cover game? This free ladybug math printable is the perfect addition game :)

Paper Plate Sun    Sunshine just screams summer! Kids can bring some sunny rays into your own home, day or night, by making this easy craft.    • View the full Paper Plate Sun instructions  Basic Materials: Paper plate, paint, construction paper, sponge

KIDS - Paper Plate Sun Sunshine just screams summer! K - Paper Plate Sun Sunshine just screams summer! Kids can bring some sunny rays into your own home, day or night, by making this easy craft. • View the full Paper Plate Sun instructions Ba

This worked well as a daily sign-in procedure.  Children found their name puzzle and spelled their name at the beginning of each day. They loved it!

This worked well as a daily sign-in procedure. Children found their name puzzle and spelled their name at the beginning of each day. They loved it! They could assemble the puzzle and then sign their name on a big sheet of paper

lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too

PreK --lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too! Also put upper case on top of plastic egg and lower case on bottom.

Five FREE sight word templates to be used on a cookie sheet!  Full version contains 43 templates.

Rdg: Building sight words on a cookie sheet- 5 free sample templates. Great for independent learning centers. (If you use a metal cookie sheet~you could/ should use magnetic letters. They will stay put!

A little science...This would fascinate kids. Rainbow roses, you can do this by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring the roses draw the liquid coloring into the petals, amazing!

Another science fair idea: Make rainbow roses by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring. The roses draw the food coloring into the petals.Hmmm not a bad idea for Amarah's Science Fair Project!