Before you eat, let’s count, measure, estimate and graph using trick-or-treat candy for some fun Halloween math activities.
We’re learning all about the weather and setting up a weather station in our yard. Here’s how to make a rain gauge for some great backyard science experiments.
How to make a rain gauge :: backyard science
This Valentine math station is packed full of ideas for math discovery and math games. And don’t miss the Valentine-themed literacy, art and science ideas featured at the end.
Valentine math station
The Fizz, Pop, Bang! Playful Science and Math Activities ebook is designed to bring hands-on fun and enjoyment to math and science. It is packed with powerful learning opportunities in math and science, shared through ideas that incorporate art, play, sensory learning and discovery, for a whole-brain approach.
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:: you want activities that your child will enjoy and which encourage them to think, question, explore and discover through rich, creative learning
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How can you use LEGO® to teach math, spelling, science and art? This resource of over 100 LEGO® activities for kids will show you how, with ideas for using LEGO® bricks for learning right across the curriculum.
100+ Learning with LEGO® activities
Here’s a fun idea for our ABCs and 123s letter and number activities series. Join Ellen from Cutting Tiny Bites who is here today with mystery number crayon rubbings.