Make your own Supertato
Adam has recently discovered the world of super heroes. However, it isn’t your usual Batman or Spiderman that Adam likes. It is Supertato! As we are huge fans of the author Sue Hendra – take a look at our Norman The Slug Who Saved Christmas ornament, I couldn’t wait to introduce Adam to Supertato. (This...Read More »
Superhero Brain Breaks | Pink Oatmeal Shop
Superhero brain breaks are the perfect thing to keep your super heros focused durning morning meeting, stations, therapy, physical education.
Cheerio Caterpillars - Fine Motor Skills Activity for Preschoolers
This Cheerio Caterpillars activity helps your toddler or preschooler work on their fine motor skills, counting, and artistic expression.
Miss Ginn on Instagram: “The cosy writing den was so popular we added an extension! With paper on top, under the table and on clipboards it’s a mark making haven!…”
15 Likes, 0 Comments - Miss Ginn (@edu_playtion) on Instagram: “The cosy writing den was so popular we added an extension! With paper on top, under the table and…”
What We Learned By Investigating Superheroes: Part 1
I spend a lot of time watching and listening to the kids, trying to figure out what interests them. I love to teach the standards by using the kids interests. When I do this, they use the academics they need while they investigate things that they are interested in. It makes them excited to learn and they automatically use reading, writing and math skills with out any push from me when these skills are needed during the investigation. Sometimes, the interests are small groups, but sometimes…
Superhero Activities | Creative Kindergarten
Continuing our theme of superhero activities (see my previous post here), we have done a few literacy based centers using “You can be an Everyday Superhero”. This post contains some great literacy center ideas with 3 FREE printables! We started off by making this anchor chart (the students coloured in the superhero’s face): I asked …
Super Hero Counting Maths Sheets
Super Hero Counting Maths Sheets Have you ever heard of Super Hero Day? I hadn't until recently and I honestly think it's a fab idea. We love dressing up. In fact, my daughter had a
Early Learning Printable Superhero Math Activities
You'll save the day with these fun superhero math activities for kids in grades K-3! Pages focus on numbers, counting, addition, and subtraction.
Sight Word Spider Web - Toddler Approved
I absolutely loved Allie's Spider Web Walking activity from last week. Right after we saw it, we grabbed painters tape and started creating a spider web on our floor. We balanced on it and played her adorable game with some modified props (I didn't have spider rings, so we made our own spiders). It rainedContinue Reading