Liquid Measurement Equivalents

We will be studying measurement equivalents in Math. I created a few resources for my children to help them learn and memorize these concepts. I wanted to share them with you, in case you are studying the same topic, or maybe it will inspire you to add it to your Math lessons in the near future. [Read On]

Markings on the Globe Color Coded

We like to create an “art” project each week. In order to make it fit into our day we usually turn one of the subjects we are learning into an art project. By that I mean, something we can use paint, glitter, stickers, etc. anything fun, hands-on, that we can then hang on the wall. [Read On]

Markings on the Globe to Label

As we study the markings on the globe, I created these worksheets to help the kids label and review the material we are memorizing. In this file you will find two options. One sheet is for younger students with the labels ready to cut and paste (my kids favorite).  The other sheet is for older [Read On]

Markings on the Globe Model

This week we are studying the markings on the globe. I decided to help the kids make a little model of a globe so they could paint, identify and highlight different markings on the globe. I bought Styrofoam balls at the local craft store. We stuck a wooden stick on one end of  the ball to [Read On]

Math Laws Review Sheet

After having studied four different Math Laws, I wanted to put it all together into one sheet so I can review with the kids. This sheet allows for them to self-check after I have asked them the question and they have answered. They just like opening and closing flaps, so if it keeps their attention, [Read On]

Identity Law

My kids like super heroes and they still like to dress up from time to time (although it is  slowing down… they are growing …  too fast!) So for the identity law I made up a silly story about  a super hero. When they saw the pictures they immediately said with excitement: A Super hero? [Read On]

Types of Clouds on a Plate

Our snack idea for this week is super easy, simple and the kids can do it with your help. We used vanilla yogurt for the white clouds and then I added a little bit of blue food coloring to make the cumulonimbus cloud a little darker. It doesn’t show well on the picture, but the [Read On]

Distributive Law

I made up another silly story to help my kids understand and remember the distributive law.  This could be such an abstract concept for little ones, but I think telling them stories, showing them pictures and singing songs really makes a difference and helps them understand it and retain it. My kids enjoy playing with [Read On]

Types of Clouds Cards – Two Choices :)

As you may have already noticed, I am such a visual person. I love to make picture cards for everything, and types of clouds was no exception.     The illustrations on these cards are drawn, more like clip art, but I really liked the way the graphics present the types of clouds and the [Read On]

Types of Clouds Craft

We had do much fun studying the different  types of clouds! As a way to wrap up our week, I created a craft for the kids to put together as they reviewed the different types of clouds. I made the poster sheet to show the kids what they were going to do for each cloud, [Read On]