Kids can try it at home with scrap paper, scissors, and tape. It’s very adaptable for different ages and abilities. Watch the video to see what happens. Try it yourself. Keep track of the number of twists before you tape the paper to find the pattern for how many twists results in how many loops. It’s fascinating for both children and grownups! Use one strip of narrow paper like adding machine tape to make a loop by simply bringing the ends together and taping the ends of the paper securely. Predict what will happen if the paper is cut in …
An extraordinary resource from Dorling Kindersley!
It has info about the arts, coding, history, language arts, math, science, sports, and MUCH more.
Great images and simple formatting can make this easy to share with children of any age!
Kids can play online against the computer or, if they log in for free, they can challenge and play against other kids within their school, the US, or the world (if the time zones match up 😉
Check out these amazing interactives that have been collected by the Utah Education Network (UEN).
This organization connects all Utah school districts, schools, and higher education institutions to provide quality resources.
I’m grateful they’re willing to share without requiring a sign in so the resources can be used by teachers and parents.
Have students play Go Fish, Memory Games, or online games to practice converting fractions to decimals to percents.
A fun way to review an important math skill.
Use seven simple shapes to encourage an exploration of shapes and the relationship a small shape has to a larger shape.
I’ve collected a bunch of free resources to make this easier for you to add this option to your math resources.
I don’t like creating, printing, and then storing computation worksheets, especially when I have students who need to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division in the same room. Try this option to save time while meeting the needs of all your students.
It seems there are many at PBS who enjoy the month of Halloween like I do. Check out fourteen different fun lesson plans and videos that focus on math, problem solving, science, social studies, and literature using Halloween as the theme for kids PreK-12!
My FAVORITE month of the year. We’ve gotten to know each other, routines are familiar, and it’s time for a project that we work on during the month of October. I posted a great product at TpT that I hope you’ll check out along with these other great resources. Your students will be reading, writing, solving math puzzles, and more with a monster theme. Monster and Alien Coloring Pages – add this to your sub folder? Easy Ways to Draw a Monster – get your hesitant artists started Free Halloween Clip Art – so much to choose! Monster Songs for Young Children – fun words to familiar tunes Monster Poetry – …
Are you planning to introduce or review geometric shapes this year?
You’ll want to take a look at a new FREEBIE worksheet I added to my TPT Simply Math Store.