Santa Snowball Number Toss Game
Cute Santa snowball number toss game that children can play that will not feel like they are reinforcing their recognition of numbers. Because, what child wouldn’t like tossing something indoors without getting into trouble?
Thanksgiving Largest to Smallest Sorting Game
Print the preschool pattern Thanksgiving largest to smallest sorting game pieces and reinforce children’s abilities sort the piece from largest to smallest while reminding them to work from left to right.
Tangram puzzles are Chinese geometric puzzles consisting of a square cut into seven pieces that can be arranged to make various other shapes.
Songs for Thanksgiving
Songs for Thanksgiving theme, many of which are set to familiar childhood tunes. Copy the graphics and save to your phone, iPad and / or Pinterest and bring up the songs during group time activities.
Oak Leaf Pattern
Printable oak leaf pattern for coloring or art projects.
Printable acorn pattern for coloring or art projects.
Full size, black and white umbrella printable pattern for coloring, art and crafting needs.
A black and white, printable raindrop pattern for your art needs.
6 high quality, printable patterns to print, laminate and use in centers to learn counting St Patricks Day Numbers 2-13 Patterns.
Download the leprechaun counting gold math game pieces and count out the correct gold pebbles for the children to match the written number.
Parts of a Plant Poster and Activities
Help students understand the major purpose of each part:
Farm to Product Wall Display
From farm to product wall display – a variety of products start on a farm. What animal or crop is raised on a farm and then what additional products can be made from that raw product.
The Very Hungry Western Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Western Caterpillar activity book is based off of Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar, this caterpillar takes a journey through the Western United States as he eats some of the most popular agriculture products in each state.
A wonderful hands on science project that allows children to actually see the changes in sprouting seeds. Allowing you to ask questions and for the children to form a hypothesis that leads to one or more predictions that can be tested by experimenting and examining the growth for the answers.