Archive for the ‘Fall’ Category

Fraction Peacocks! 

Check out this super cute way to have your students show off the things they learned about fractions! Everything from equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, placing fractions on number lines, and showing sets and a whole fraction!  They also do a great job jazzing up your hallway display. My students decided to make turkeys too! Some…

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Thanks for POPping in!

Print this paper out from my Teachers Pay Teachers account and add it to a small bag of popcorn or a lollipop to give to your students at Back to School night or Meet and Greet with your teacher before school. **Comes in Blue and Pink  

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Turkey Math- Area, Perimeter, and Array

It’s Turkey time!! Have your students come up with different ways to show area and perimeter! I have them use turkey feathers to show multiplication, perimeter, and array. Its fun and easy! Enjoy your Thanksgiving! We also cut out little turkey feet to hang in the hall to have the parents to follow to find…

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Growing Potatoes in your classroom

My class decided to grow potatoes in our classroom this year leading up to our UTZ potato chip factory. To see a post on how cool the UTZ potato factory is as a field trip, see my later post. We got two huge container and planted two different types of potatoes; in one container we…

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Halloween Party Ideas

Having a school Halloween party and need some quick and easy games, decorations, and food ideas. Check out these: Monster eyeball cookies: Use sugar cookie dough, spilt into three different balls of dough to dye some fun colors; my picture shows purple, lime green, and teal. Then buy those bloodshot eyeball candies to place on…

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING Bulletin Board!

Our Thanksgiving Hallway Bulletin Board, we are going to place Thanksgiving Writing beside it! =-) It is huge, and the students LOVE it! Check back for more ideas for Thanksgiving.     GOBBLE GOBBLE!!

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Ghost Number Headband! 1-15

I printed off ghosts with numbers on them 1 to 15. The numbers were mixed up, it was the students job to color, cut and glue the numbers back in order. I gave them a simple and easy sentence strip. The number fit on one side from 1-10 and then 11-15 on the back. If…

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Back to School Bus tags!

Welcome to another year at school, while you are getting ready in your classroom, make life a little bit easier by printing off free resources here! Make easy to print and string necklaces for the students to wear so that they know what bus they ride and/or if they are a car rider, or walker….

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We’re going on a Bear Hunt!

To learn about hibernation, have a bear day where the students each bring in a stuffed bear and a flash light. Set the classroom up like a bear cave using blankets and clothes pins and then use flash lights to read books about hibernation. You could also make a special bear snack like an acorn donut…

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From Cream to Butter

Making butter with your students is so much fun, and Easy!!! All you need is a carton of heavy whipping cream, a pinch of salt, and a clear jar. SHAKE, SHAKE, SHAKE! Have the students talk about Thanksgiving and how the pilgrims made things like butter.  

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Indian Corn Math

Buy a couple small bags of Indian Corn or candy corn. Pass out a small handful (about 12-16 pieces) to each child on the paper provided! Have them draw an equal set of corn on the paper and fill in the numeral in the box. To challenge them, see if they can sound out the…

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Creepy body parts

Here is a poem I found that I do in my classroom for Halloween time! Great sensory game! Once upon a Halloween night Living in this spooky town Was a man who died of fright Bearing the name of Brown. Many and many a year has passed Since they buried Brown away, But his withering…

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