We stumbled across these great activities put together by Sarah Cooley over at First Grader...at Last! and thought we'd pass them along in the event they'd be helpful in your own Thanksgiving lesson...Read More »
Looking for a last minute fall/Halloween activity? Here's an easy graphing math station (with yummy treats!) that doesn't take much prep time! (That is, it doesn't take much prep time if you're not...Read More »
Have you read Jeanne Titherington's Pumpkin Pumpkin? It's a wonderful picture book about a little boy who plants a pumpkin seed in the spring, watches it grow throughout the summer, and in the fall,...Read More »
It was certainly not entirely by their own hand that the Pilgrims survived their first year in the New World. Your kindergartners will be fascinated to learn that the native peoples of New England,...Read More »
Thanksgiving has a broader significance than just getting together to eat turkey and it's important for your kindergartners to understand the history behind their family traditions. The first people...Read More »
If you were to ask your students what Thanksgiving is all about, they'd most likely cite answers such as "turkey", "family", or "thankfulness". While all of these answers are appropriate, it's also...Read More »
With fall in full swing, pumpkins make a great subject for science exploration and discovery! So roll up your sleeves and prepare to get a little messy with these excellent pumpkin activities!...Read More »
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