The frog edition of the “Keeping Them Curious” series includes frog facts, ideas, and resources to help you prepare your frog unit.
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I’ve put together a list of simple (low-prep), meaningful, and child-centered Earth Day activities and resources for kindergarten.
Introduce subtraction to kindergarten students with fun frog activities using the song “Five Green and Speckled Frogs” and these free, printable resources.
These frog videos and websites will help you integrate technology and provide your kindergarten and first grade students with a multimedia experience as you work through your frog unit.
Perfect for kindergarten and first grade classrooms, these free life cycle activities keep students engaged and focused!
Every March I see pictures on social media of absolutely beautiful leprechaun traps that students have made at home as a family project before bringing to school for St. Patrick’s Day. While I think there is definite value in that kind of parent-child experience, I have only ever done leprechaun traps as an in-class activity…
We all know that reading aloud is important. It helps children build language and vocabulary, encourages positive feelings about books and reading, and helps young students develop print and word concepts. [Read some research on these benefits here.] Quality read-alouds also make it so easy to integrate science and social studies into literacy in the…
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