Activities, printables, games and crafts to make learning in preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, second grade & third grade fun!
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Count and work with numbers using our printable math display visuals. They can simply create a visual number line in your classroom or learning space or you can use them in games activities and as activity mats with equipment like play dough, pens and more! Have fun!
Here is a fun activity for writing numbers as well as sordering, counting and comparing numbers! It's perfect for kindergarten math rotations, groups, centers and workshop. Read more on the blog!
We have a huge range of math warm up ideas to ignite your lessons and activities. You'll need minimal equipment and prep, but have loads of fun and engagments! Find them on our website page ready for your kindergarten and first grade learning!
Use our bright happy and super cute alphabet posters to engage your students and decorate your classroom! They can printed in full size or smaller for games and activities. Read more on the blog!
Classroom decor that makes children smile! Use our alphabet posters in your classroom to support literacy, writing and create a beautiful space! Find them and more on the website.
Warm up for math with a fun no-prep math warm up. Just combine pattern blocks and dice, roll and trade! Learn more on the blog post!
Help your students learn the formation of writing numbers with our fun posters! Display in a number line and say the rhymes as you write numbers each day!
Help students learn to distinguish teen numbers in am engaging and minimal prep math warm up! Read more on the blog
Play with dice, counters or clips to learn repeated subtraction for a introduction to division. Read more on the blog and find more low-prep high yield math ideas!
Use our number tile cards for a range of math warm ups, activities, mini lessons, math workshops and classroom displays! Read more on the blog
Make math fun with fine motor craft like the Fact Family House! Students can learn about the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction before exploring numbers with counters. Make a craft to round-off their learning experience and make something to display and create classroom visuals. Find this and more on our Math Craft page!
Help students acknowledge their amazing developing self by sharing the news they've lost a tooth at school! Includes a take-home note too
A Valentines Day math craft is perfect for engaging yoru students, creating a classroom display and reviewing essential concepts in addition. Your stduents will love making a ten frame math craft (love-bot) to record their learning of addition on a ten frame. A display of your students creative work will also look gorgeous on your bulletin board!
Help students develop fine motor coordination skills with a paper weaving activity! They can make a penguin, color, cut and create. Over on the blog I'm sharing a fun no-prep math game too!
Create a whimsical and fun classroom door with our cloud accents, name tags and message board pieces - they're printable and text editable too!
Create a bright happy classroom with our printable classroom decor and resources. Find more on the website!
Display the alphabet on the wall of your classroom for students to reference upper and lower case as well as contributing your learning space aesthetic!
Help students learn skills for informational writing with our All About pages! They can research, record some facts and share with the class. Find more information on the blog and website.
On this free activity page stduents will draw more dots to make a total of 6 on each dice. Support counting, number sense and early addition! Read more on the blog!
5 picture books to read for a focus on double letter endings. Perfect for first and second grade literacy, reading and phonics lessons! Read more on the blog
Find a fun fish tracing page in the POnd Coloring Club - great for pre writing and fine motor skills.
Follow the steps to draw a birthday cake - perfect simple shapes for kindergarten and first grade before writing!
Find a tip for cleaning whiteboards, dry erase and write-n-wipe activity cards in the classroom over on the blog!