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### Science - Using a Balance Scale... How Many Bears Does It Weigh?

This is a fun activity to explore the science of balance and weight in the classroom. Have the students use the classroom balance scales to see how much items from their pencil boxes weigh. Does it weigh 1 bear, 2 bears, 3 bears, or more? Your students will have fun weighing their school supplies and recording their data!

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#### Science - Using a Balance Scale... How Many Bears Does It Weigh?

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COMMUNITY HELPERS WEEK. Handprint X-Rays. Black paper with white crayons and Qtips.

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### DES VAGUES DES VAGUES

Clever fine motor activity! Draw around the obstacles.

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#### DES VAGUES DES VAGUES - Le tour de ma classe

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Once Upon a Time Bag. Put random objects in it and get kids to pull them out one by one to make up an unusual story

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#### Serendipity from Jewels : Story Bags

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GROUPS poster - how to behave when working in a group.

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Story Maps the kids can actually walk down as they retell the story! Love it!

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### Science - Using a Balance Scale... How Many Bears Does It Weigh?

This is a fun activity to explore the science of balance and weight in the classroom. Have the students use the classroom balance scales to see how much items from their pencil boxes weigh. Does it weigh 1 bear, 2 bears, 3 bears, or more?

#### Science - Using a Balance Scale... How Many Bears Does It Weigh?

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### Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines.

Learn with Play at Home: Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. --> super cute. love this!!

#### Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines.

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Love this re-useable board for groups. To change groups, simply erase! Why have I not thought of this?