Tag Archives: hands on

Make a Personal Pocket Chart

This is a simple DIY classroom tool that I learned from a make and take workshop from my district many years ago. It’s something so simple yet so useful, and I made these almost every year. It is an excellent … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale STEM Pictures

OK, I finally got my Fairy Tale STEM bundle updated with pictures. Here are some pics if you’re looking for ideas! Jack and the Beanstalk: Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Little Red Riding Hood: Gingerbread Man: Rapunzel: Hansel and Gretel: Little … Continue reading

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freebie friday…jack and the parachute!

It’s Friday. Oh yeah. I always liked doing fun, hands-on science and critical thinking activities in my classroom, and I was always on the lookout for more resources. This summer I decided I would just create my own. Here is … Continue reading

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science measurement station

Measurement Station One of my very favorite science tools to have in the classroom is the student balance. There are so many things that you can use it for, and it is a great hands-on way for students to “do,” … Continue reading

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math-y monday: math centers part 1

I’ve already told you how much I love doing math projects with my students. I also really love to use math centers. I usually alternate throughout the year between math projects and math centers. Math centers give students hands on … Continue reading

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