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Where you will find all resources and materials aimed at Early Childhood and Primary/Elementary Education, covering ELA, Science, Math, ESL, Gifted and Talented, STEM Education, and much more!!!

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Where you will find all resources and materials aimed at Early Childhood and Primary/Elementary Education, covering ELA, Science, Math, ESL, Gifted and Talented, STEM Education, and much more!!!
Classroom Supply Labels: Watercolor Cactus Themes

Classroom Supply Labels: Watercolor Cactus Themes

This is a set of 36 classroom supply labels featuring a burlap theme with hand painted watercolor cacti. Perfect for any country of western themed classroom decor! I can also add more labels or customize for what you want. The labels include: Glue Sticks Glue Bottles Colored Pencils Markers Scissors Erasers Log In Cards Hand Sanitizer White Paper Colored Paper Thin Markers Fat Markers Tissues Soap Reading Books Reading Folders Math Books Math Folders Number Lines Unifix Cubes Dice Counters Whiteboard Markers Magnifying Glass Backpacks Cleaning Wipes Head Phones Playing Cards Clipboards Dominoes Whiteboard Erasers Craft Supplies Tablet Cables Tablet Charger
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Coding: Matching Blocks Puzzles

Coding: Matching Blocks Puzzles

This is a simple and easy to use Coding resource that checks your students’ knowledge of coding blocks aligned with Scratch Jr and what they all mean. Perfect to use as a pre-assessment for coding or as an independent center. Print Laminate Cut Go! Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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Coding: IB Key Concepts Posters

Coding: IB Key Concepts Posters

This is a set of 8 IB KEY CONCEPT posters to help align the key concepts with coding concepts and terms. This is a great way of making connections from the Key Concepts to the topic of coding, and helping students to understand more about how coding relates to areas of their life and learning.
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STEM: Coding the North Pole Packet CCSS/NGSS

STEM: Coding the North Pole Packet CCSS/NGSS

This STEM activity is designed for K-2nd grade students to gain some hands on experience through a themed un-plugged coding activity. Students will help guide Santa through different parts of the North Pole (getting from Point A to Point B) by giving coding directions. This packet includes: Cover Page 2 pages of ELA and NGSS standards Teacher Instructions Student Procedure/Checklist Writing Extension North Pole Map Coding Directions 16 Task Cards Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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Human Body Systems Clipart

Human Body Systems Clipart

This is a pack of 9 clipart pieces in color and black and white for teaching the Human Body Systems. This pack includes: Digestive System Circulatory System Skeletal System Nervous System Respiratory System Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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STEM: Building Walls for Humpty Dumpty CCSS

STEM: Building Walls for Humpty Dumpty CCSS

This is a great hands on unit for K-2 students that is aligned with ELA & Math CCSS, and Next Generation Science Standards for Engineering & Design. Students will read the Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme, and be challenged to use specific materials to build a new wall for Humpty Dumpty so that he won't fall. ***Please note that additional materials are needed for this activity*** Plastic cups, sugar cubes, popsicle sticks, white glue, scissors, cardboard squares, and hard boiled eggs! This packet includes: Cover Page Introduction and Objective Page 3 pages of ELA, Math and Next Generation Science Standards for K-2 Lesson Procedure Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme student copy Humpty Dumpty Differentiated Self Assessment Humpty Dumpty Differentiated Math Extension Humpty Dumpty Wall Designs Humpty Dumpty Student Answers Labels Humpty Dumpty Wall Building Banner for classroom display Humpty Dumpty Poster Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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STEAM: Do Living Things Need Love to Grow and Change

STEAM: Do Living Things Need Love to Grow and Change

This STEAM lesson provides a new approach to looking at an additional "need" of living things. Will plants grow and change when exposed to something that humans find valuable? Over the course of 1 month (25 days) students will put plants through a test of receiving love and hate to determine if it affects their growth and change. Great for K-3rd students, and fits with most Science content, as well as Technology requirements. Included in this pack: Cover Sheet Lesson Outline Experiment Set up and Procedure Student Experiment Book Relative Printables Display Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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Designing a Digital Watermark

Designing a Digital Watermark

Disclaimer: ***In order to use this product you must have access to iPads, the app Drawing Desk, and Google Drive. Access to the above mentioned products are not included in this purchase.*** This packet is a great and easy way for students to create their own Digital Watermark to be used in presentations, documents, slide shows, digital books, basically anything that can accept the placement of a photo. Similar to the idea of a watermark on a photograph, this affords students the chance to unleash their creativity and add a unique digital "signature" to their work. This is also a nice transition to graphic design and is great for all primary ages.
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Fantastic Fall STEM Challenges

Fantastic Fall STEM Challenges

This is a set of Fall Themed STEM Challenges, designed to encourage young students to begin exploring the scientific method as well as working in groups with critical thinking, creativity, and problem solving. 1. Pumpkin Carriages 2. Comparing Cranberries 3. Turkey Transporters Each challenge includes directions, materials list, activity sheets (differentiated as needed), and self-assessment for students. Please Note: Additional materials are needed: Small pumpkins, pieces of cardboard, string, scotch tape or masking tape, fresh cranberries, dried cranberries or Craisins, cranberry sauce, cardboard boxes, large plastic container or clear plastic cups, water, wax paper, iron.
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Life Cycle of a Star Activities Packet

Life Cycle of a Star Activities Packet

Here is a combined packet of my popular "Life Cycle of a Star" sequencing worksheet, and "Life Cycle of a Star" vocabulary cards. Buy both together and receive an immediate discount! Here are the original descriptions of each: Sequencing Worksheet When I began teaching my Space Unit for Grade 1, I could not find any activities that depicted the star life cycle. We were trying to make connections to previous life cycles we had learned (butterfly, plant). This is a great activity to do with Early Childhood students. This depicts 5 stages of the Star Life Cycle: 1. Stellar Nebula (creation/birth of a star by gases being pulled together). 2. Average Star (when a star is burning brightest and appears yellow). 3. Red Giant (the star is burning off lots of gas, emitting heat so it appears red). 4. Planetary Nebular (gases are escaping the star and it starts getting smaller). 5. White Dwarf (the last phase before a star dies and it grows very small before losing all of its gas). My second language learners loved acting out the start life cycle as well: Pushing hands together and packing them as if they are squeezing the gas together (Stellar Nebula) Putting their hands by their faces with big eyes and smile to "shine" brightly (Average Star) Arms out to their sides and stomping their feet like a giant would (Red Giant) Arms pulling apart from their bodies to simulate the gas leaking out (Planetary Nebula) Shrinking down to the floor to get really small (White Dwarf) I have also included a student sample to help illustrate the different phases. Vocabulary Cards: It has been so popular that I decided to create some vocabulary cards to support this resource. Each card includes the name of the stage in the life cycle, a hand drawn image, as well as a description of what is happening to the star during that particular stage. Print and laminate for durability. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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Energy and Electricity Scavenger Hunt

Energy and Electricity Scavenger Hunt

This is an engaging way of getting students to think about what items they see everyday use electricity to create energy. Simply print, laminate, and cut out the cards, place them around the room, and instruct students to search for the items and identify what type of energy that item produces from electricity. This could also be used in a science center. This pack includes: 12 scavenger hunt cards 1 master recording sheet PLEASE NOTE: some cards may have more than one answer, such as the computer, TV, iPad and iPod, they give produce light and sound energy. Make sure to check out some of my other scavenger hunts in my store, as well as my other TPT items! Thanks!
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Decimal Scavenger Hunt CCSS

Decimal Scavenger Hunt CCSS

Here is a fun activity to get your students up and moving around the room while actively involved in math. Simply print, cut, laminate (if you want to save the cards) and hide the cards around the room. The pack features: Base 10 blocks Money Word Problems Fractions Addition and Subtraction problems Aligned with 5.NBT.A.1, 5.NBT.A.3, 5.NBT.A.4, and 5.NBT.B.7 CCSS All these relate to finding the decimal value for each card. Students record their answer on the answer sheet in the corresponding box. Then they must re-write their answers in the next set of boxes, while rounding their decimal to the nearest hundredth. Finally the students must complete the addition problems, where they are adding the value of two decimals that they found in the hunt.
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Division: Can You Find the Missing Quotient?

Division: Can You Find the Missing Quotient?

This is a simple fact family triangle that I took and alternated to work with multiplication and division. This particular triangle is for identifying the missing quotient in a problem. It gives students the answer and one of the quotients, yet the other is missing. Students can color, cut, and slide the strips of paper into the triangle and solve the problems as they pull the strips of paper through the slits. Each strip of paper has a symbol to show the students which numbers should be together. There is also a blank copy so students can make their own problems (higher level skills). Get creative and make your own problems, then laminate them and set them up in a math center. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
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