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This heart-shaped tangram makes a great activity from preschool (matching shapes) to middle school (measuring, finding area, working with decimals, multiplying fractions). Full instructions and answer key included.
These Hanukkah printable pages go along with our post, Learn About Hanukkah in Your Homeschool. They contain a fill-in-the-blank page about the history and traditions of Hanukkah, a Hanukkah Word Scramble, a writing prompt and two sets of Following Directions related to celebrating Hanukkah.
Download this History of Celebrating Christmas booklet that I originally created for a guest post over at Mom for All Seasons.
This math story problem, Christmas Shopping, has two different levels, 1st-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade. It also has a page to create your own story problem based upon what you are working on in math.
In Turn Your Child’s Wishes Into Goals: A Goal Setting Guide for Your Children, I include a two-page printable that you can download here. Perfect for New Year’s Resolutions!
These cute winter game boards will help your children learn their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and then cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 12 game boards, one for each number 1-12. Children can play independently or with another student.
Use these Valentine’s Day Math Story Problem Templates to create fun, customized story problems for your children. Check out the post: Teaching Math With Story Problems, Not Word Problems for ideas on how to present the problems and guide your children through them.
This fun St. Patrick’s Day Unit Study contains notebooking page for the Leprechaun in Late Winter book, writing prompts, a crossword puzzle, a math game and more! Check out the post St. Patrick’s Day FREE Unit Study for more activities and videos!
These spring bingo boards and calling cards will help your child practice his division facts.
These cute spring game boards will help your children practice their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 11 game boards, one for each number 2-12. Children can play independently or with another student.
Whether you are practicing adding within 5, long division, or anything in between this flag activity has a page for you. Solve the problems to figure out what order to put the stripes in and then color your flag.
Check out the Why Do Leaves Change Colors and Fall? booklet, which will walk your children through the answer to these questions. You know they have asked!! For other leaf study ideas, check out 11 Easy Ways to Study Leaves This Fall.