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Summer Garden Update When I started sharing about our new DIY raised garden beds this summer on Instagram, I would have never imagined that y’all would be as invested as I was! We started our garden as a way for me to keep myself busy this summer as we went into this season without our […]
Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers.
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How to Make Paper Hyacinth Flowers
A couple years ago I planted a huge bag of Hyacinth flowers in my front yard next to a bench. Every spring when I walk out there to enjoy a morning cup of coffee I
I'm just curious, but do any of you have days as crazy as mine? I'm pretty certain you do. Today was a great day! I am feeling MUCH better, I had my T.A. back, and I can honestly say I felt like we accomplished so much. I love days where you feel like you were your best :) After all of that, I built a beanstalk going into my ceiling - yes, I really built a beanstalk. I mean, who wouldn't want to visit a class with a beanstalk? Then, I prepped for a meeting I have tomorrow and finally got in…
Color Jack and the Beanstalk | Worksheet | Education.com
Jack is climbing up the beanstalk, ready to go meet the giant! Give your child this cute coloring page to introduce him to this imaginative fairy tale
Little Red Riding Hood & Jack and the Beanstalk
So, it has been a couple of weeks since I’ve written, mostly because I have been busy creating. And… as promised I have posted my Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk resou…
Jack and the Beanstalk mathematics and craft activity: ask students to count out magic beans, leaves, and clouds. This image was uploaded by the user, so there is no link but this picture tells it all. A great activity to do with the story as well as a way to tie math and literacy together, which is something I am always looking to do.