Math - Halloween Candy Counting
Lots of practise is needed when learning to count to 100, or even 200, and all that repetition may begin to get boring. The counting time around Halloween NEVER needs to be boring. There is … View Full Lesson →
Health and Nutrition - Learning Healthy Eating Habits With Junk Food Jack and Healthy Harry
October or November is the perfect time of year to make these simple puppets from 4L milk jugs, white jugs or blue bleach jugs (great color for unhealthy Junk Food Jack puppet). With so many … View Full Lesson →
Art - Print-Making Card Designs
Here’s a great idea for easy print-making designs using pictures from magazines, pencils, and clean, washed styrofoam trays. These easy to do prints make it easy to create beautiful greeting cards for birthdays, Mother’s Day, … View Full Lesson →
Math - Making Fossilized Eggs
This is a great dough for making fossils or fossilized eggs. The eggs are made by “burying” a small toy inside egg-shaped dough. Fossils are made by pressing shells or fish bones into the dough … View Full Lesson →
Writing - Box o’ Love
For a different spin on Valentine’s Day poetry, try this unique idea – have students make a Box o’ Love for a loved family member. Using a covered cereal box, students decorate the box with … View Full Lesson →
Writing - Valentine’s Day Gift Vouchers
Staple some envelopes together to make a booklet with “pockets” to place Valentine gift vouchers. Great idea for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Grandparent’s Day as well. Students come up with ideas for helping around … View Full Lesson →
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Students love to play this seasonal game for practising their addition and subtraction facts.
They love cutting out the pumpkin faces for teacher to program and making their own set to take home for practise.
**These are easy to adapt for multiplication and division.