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Calmsound - Nature Sounds Like This!

Calmsound - Nature Sounds Like This!
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The magic button — Make Everything OK Flower number games These flower number games are inspired by spring. You can adapt them for different aged children, and use them for both math games and letter activities. Here’s how to play. Flower number games These flower games give you a framework to practise many different math facts over time, and my children find them much more fun than answering the same questions on a worksheet. I love that the whole thing looks so pretty, so we get some lovely spring art in our room, which encourages us to use the activity often. To set up our flower number games we first painted some blooms. We also painted some green stalks, and fastened both the stalks and flowers to our wall with white tack. Next, we cut out some leaf shapes. The aim of our game is to: 1. 2. 3. Different ways to play: numbers and letters You can adapt this flower maths activity to suit lots of different stages, and you can have siblings of different ages playing along together. Children of different ages can play together. More spring activities

The 80's karaoke songs and MP3 Backing tracks RedKaraoke 80's Music 80s karaoke songs and backing tracks. Enjoy listening and recording with this epic decade of music. Title Artist Popularity Every Breath You Take The Police Add to Favorites One Moment in Time Whitney Houston Part of Your world The Little Mermaid Total Eclipse Of The Heart Bonnie Tyler Moonlight Shadow Mike Oldfield Amarillo By Morning George Strait Still got the blues Gary Moore I want to break free Queen Abracadabra Steve Miller Band She's like the wind Patrick Swayze The time of my life Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes Walking on Sunshine Katrina and the Waves The Final Countdown Europe Overjoyed Stevie Wonder Perhaps love John Denver Take On Me A-ha Only you Yazoo Heaven is a place on earth Belinda Carlisle Red red wine coming around again Carly Simon Part of Your world 1 Can't Take My Eyes Off You Boys Town Gang I Love a Rainy Night Eddie Rabbitt Back In Black To view this page ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 11.1.0 or greater is installed. Rename playlist Change name Cancel New Playlist Duplicate playlist

Outdoor Number Line Activity It’s spring and it’s time to get outside and learn! This sidewalk chalk number line activity is great because it uses almost no materials and you can use it however your child needs to. My son used the line as a place to show his answers but didn’t use it as a manipulative itself, and my daughter used it to count by 5 with help. Gather your materials. Start by drawing a number line on the ground. I wrote out equations that my son has been working on doing mentally. It’s fun and active and even if you are working on drills you can add an active element. Call out the equation and have them place a pebble on the answer. Keep going. This was a big hit with my son and I went through all the equations and added more on the fly. For younger players have them simply find the number and step on it. Although it often rains around here we aren’t expecting rain for a few days so we grabbed the hose and sprayed down our line when we were done. Want more active learning ideas for kids? - MP3 Search & Free MP3 Downloads Kids art :: painting with the rain By Cathy James on June 29th, 2014 This kids art idea is a perfect rainy day activity – we’re painting with the rain! Kids art :: painting with the rain Have you ever tried this combination? We’re using paint and rain drops to make art today. It’s very easy to do and produces unique effects every time. To try painting with the rain you will need: :: some fairly thick paper, which can cope with getting wet (we’re using sheets torn from our art journals) :: watercolour paints :: paint brushes :: a few pebbles, or similar, to hold your paper in place :: a rainy day Start by painting a design on your paper using your watercolour paints. Then quickly, while the watercolours are still wet, take your paper outside. Then invite nature to join in. Each piece will be unique, and you’ll never know how they will turn out until the rain has added its touch. More kids art ideas There are so many different ways that children can explore paint. You could add another sense and try this recipe for scented paint.

Télécharger de la musique libre et gratuite The Blog: Inference Bags! Today I did a neat activity with my students. I called it the "Inference Bag" activity. I thought this was a neat activity that would allow my students ownership. Step One: I handed out paper sandwich bags to each of my students Step Two: I handed out a name tag and glued it on their bag Step Three: I let the students place anything that would fit in their bag. Step Four: Staple the bags closed. Step Five: Hand out one index card to each student. Step Six: Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag. Step Seven: Place the bags in a corner of the room with their clues and a sheets of paper with all of the students names on them. A close-up of one of the bags and the student's clue card.