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• Plant the bean seeds and make a scarecrow to guard them.
• Students use area models to illustrate addition of unlike fractions.

• Upper and lower case letters, numbers 1-20, math symbols and punctuation marks. 48 cards per page. Print off multiple copies of these square pieces for hands-on activities. Laminate for longer use.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• This math lesson has steps for easily introducing the concept of dividing by half and third via hands-on work with corn kernels. Includes a worksheet for review. This is part of the abcteach Colonial America unit.
• 90 math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• A hands-on science project for observing how plants absorb water using dyes to show the process.
• In this hands-on science project, students will learn how leaves change color in the fall.
• Illustrate the main idea of a book visually and orally by presenting a drama.
• Illustrate the main idea of a book visually by making a diorama.
• Learn and practice the calculation of perimeter and area by measuring a room. Common Core: Geometry 6.G.A1, 5.G.B3, 4.MD.3
• To learn and practice mapping skills by drawing a map of the neighborhood.
• Set up a store and have students learn and practice skills in counting money.
• Illustrated with pumpkins and leaves, this daily task chart provides space to type in dates and tasks in four categories: Morning, School Day, Afternoon/Evening, Other. Designed with a daily check-off grid for each category.
• Match upper and lower case puzzle pieces. Great for centers or hands-on activities.
• Match upper and lower case puzzle pieces. Great for centers or hands-on activities.
• Hands-on manipulatives for pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
• A simple in-class experiment, done over the course of a week, using eggs as a hands-on example of how acids and bases interact, as well as the dynamics of permeable and semi-permeable membranes.
• Instructions and worksheets for a hands-on demonstration of moon phases and both solar and lunar eclipses.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• Upper and lower case letters, numbers 1-20, math symbols and punctuation marks. Print off multiple copies of these square pieces for hands-on activities. Laminate for longer use.
• Explore geometry and pattern-following in a hands-on, fun activity. Use your pattern blocks to create these suggested patterns (duck, owl, cat, rabbit).
• Explore geometry and pattern-following in a hands-on, fun activity. Use your pattern blocks to create these suggested patterns (four different flowers).
• Explore geometry and pattern-following in a hands-on, fun activity. Use your pattern blocks to create these suggested patterns (pinwheel, sailboat, rocket, top).
• 90 math counters for hands-on activities and picture graphs. Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for cute stickers or on magnetic paper for fun magnets.
• 81 math counters (nine medieval pictures, nine counters each) for hands-on activities, games, picture graphs... Laminate before cutting. Print on sticker paper for stickers or on magnetic paper for magnets.
• A hands-on science project and a reading comprehension for understanding flower reproduction.
• This "hands-on science" lesson helps students address the question of what plants do with all the water they absorb. This lesson includes a reading comprehension.
• In this hands-on science project, students understand how plants produce their own food.
• In this hands-on science experiment, students understand turgor pressure and osmosis.
• Learn and practice practical financial recordkeeping skills. Addition and subtraction skill practice.
• Illustrate the main idea of a book visually by designing a book cover.
• Learn and practice mapping skills, and develop a home fire plan.
• Learn about and practice using a world globe.