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Free phonics worksheets and workbooks from Fun Fonix

Free phonics worksheets and workbooks from Fun Fonix

Scholastic Publishes Literacy Resources and Children's Books for Kids of All Ages Same Old Eggs, New Twist Easter has come and gone and after a wonderful celebration with family and friends, I am left storing my baby chicks and tucking away my Easter books until next year. But what about those stupid plastic eggs? As far as I know, you can’t recycle them with your empty milk jugs and diaper boxes. They’re so cheap that it seems like a pain to store them when I can just buy 50 more for two bucks next year. Well, you turn to one of my favorite blogs with the brightest ideas for all things parenting and fun. Well, here is my favorite idea which led to one wildly successful morning activity with Jax. Materials: plastic eggs alphabet stickers, upper and lower case Directions: Take 26 plastic eggs and break them apart. Break them up, scatter them on the ground, and have your preschooler match them up! Instant educational fun! Things To Consider: How old is your preschooler? Also, make sure your egg’s lower case letter is facing up when the egg is connected.

The Inspired Apple: Let's Get Poppin' with Adjectives {First Grade Adjective Activity} First of all, y'all are crackin' me right up with all the pencil commentary. I'm just glad I'm not alone! Thanks for commiserating ;) Secondly, let's discuss teaching my kididdles adjectives. They really need concrete experiences to learn - especially at six- and seven-years-old. Insert the old standby - popcorn. {And, btw, it was oh-so-cool to use an air-popper to pop it! After encouraging them to truly experience the popcorn - it's smell, texture, appearance, and taste - we met to discuss the many adjectives that could describe this yummy afternoon treat. Afterwards, of course, we like totally had to do a fun little art project. {If you're interested in this activity, you can check it out in my TpT store. TGtomorrowIF!!!!!

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