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Suzie's Home Education Ideas: 8 Ideas for learning about the Human Body
SCIENCE Teaching Strategy: Allow students to see and create. Students can keep these study aids to refer back to. Students can recall the creation process, the activity process and the study process in multiple ways. (Grades 6 - 12) Found on Pinterest.
Loads of links! Elementary science lesson plans for human anatomy & physiology. Perfect for homeschool.

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Turn measurement practice into a fun and engaging math project that your student's won't forget.  Your students will design a gingerbread house using the measurement specs provided. Don't worry - there is plenty of room for creativity too!  No real gingerbread is harmed in the creation of this project.  Using colored paper, rules, scissors, glue and some brain power your students will be measuring in no time.     Measurement Math | Math Center | Math Activity | Math Project | Fun Math
Life of Fred Buyer's Guide - Educents
Decimals, Fractions, Place Value & Money: Making Connections Place Value, Decimal, Fraction & Money Matrix These pages include cards to use as a full class to create a matrix including coins & bills, decimals, fraction, place value, and money in written f

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Teaching Scissor Skills in the Primary Classroom
It's important for kids to learn how to use scissors. But putting scissors in the hands of a small child can be scary. This blog post is filled with tips for helping you teach scissor skills. It also includes a variety of activities that can be used for cutting practice to help young children learn this important skill. Check out this post and grab the free scissor skills and cutting practice activities.
an image of teaching scissor skills with scissors and crayon pencils
Teaching Scissor Skills in the Primary Classroom
It's important for kids to learn how to use scissors. But putting scissors in the hands of a small child can be scary. This blog post is filled with tips for helping you teach scissor skills. It also includes a variety of activities that can be used for cutting practice to help young children learn this important skill. Check out this post and grab the free scissor skills and cutting practice activities.
Teach your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students how to use scissors with these free activities. Guide kids through learning to cut straight lines, start and stop, cut curved lines, change directions with the scissors and cut out shapes. Then let them use their new skills to create some simple and fun crafts. Perfect for kids ages 3 - 7. A great way to improve fine motor skills and develop stronger hand muscles. Muscles, Fine Motor, Ideas, First Grade, Differentiation In The Classroom, Primary Grades
Free Scissor Skills Cutting Pages and Simple Crafts for Kids
Teach your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students how to use scissors with these free activities. Guide kids through learning to cut straight lines, start and stop, cut curved lines, change directions with the scissors and cut out shapes. Then let them use their new skills to create some simple and fun crafts. Perfect for kids ages 3 - 7. A great way to improve fine motor skills and develop stronger hand muscles.
holiday activities for the elementary classroom
Holiday Activities to Help Keep Students Engaged
Keep your elementary students engaged and learning in the weeks leading up to the winter break. This blog post details a variety of fun and engaging activities that will keep your students working. Using the holidays to keep kids focused on key skills doesn't have to be hard or time consuming. Read this post for easy to use holiday and Christmas activities for your classroom. #elementary #Christmas #December #math #writing
holiday activities for gingerbread house and gingerbread learning
Holiday Activities to Help Keep Students Engaged
Keep your elementary students engaged and learning in the weeks leading up to the winter break. This blog post details a variety of fun and engaging activities that will keep your students working. Using the holidays to keep kids focused on key skills doesn't have to be hard or time consuming. Read this post for easy to use holiday and Christmas activities for your classroom. #elementary #Christmas #December #math #writing
free printable worksheet for pumpkin activities
Free Hands-on Pumpkin Activities for Kids Science, Math, Writing & More!
Are you looking for hands-on and interactive activities to help your little learners explore pumpkins? These free Pumpkin Activities are perfect for your Preschool, Kindergarten or First Grade students. No prep and easy to use at home or in the classroom. Connect your pumpkin learning to science, math, writing and more with these free pumpkin printable resources.
the free scissor skills activity for kids to learn how to write and draw
Free Cutting Practice and Simple Crafts for Kids
Teach your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students how to use scissors with these free activities. Guide kids through learning to cut straight lines, start and stop, cut curved lines, change directions with the scissors and cut out shapes. Then let them use their new skills to create some simple and fun crafts. Perfect for kids ages 3 - 7. A great way to improve fine motor skills and develop stronger hand muscles.