Sunday, April 1, 2012

Spring Products!


I had a few requests to add a plant observation log to my "My Seed to Plant Project."  Please, re-download for the update!  If you have not purchased it, it is a quick and easy supplement to your current plant curriculum and is only $2!   

Here is my tip for planting with little ones:  Always have back-up seedlings!  I plant extra seeds in a normal sized pot.  When I notice that a student's little pot does not have a sprout, I transfer a seedling into their pot before he/she comes into school the next day.  Also, sometimes when the students are measuring their plants, they accidentally break the stem.  It helps to have extra seedlings for this.  I also suggest letting them use paper rulers or measuring yarn and then comparing the yarn to the height of the plant.  I hate to see tears over broken plants.  In the past, I tried using scotch tape on one little boy's plant...it does not work.

Jelly Bean Sorting and Graphing
  
Jelly Bean Estimation Jars - I ran out of the cute buckets at the right so I had to use some plastic containers.  Click {here} to download the labels for free!
Click the picture above for a freebie!


Sunflower Math for only $3.50!

Happy Spring!







8 comments:

  1. Great Job, Erica! I love the jelly bean centers :)

    Ashley

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  2. Love the plant pack! I just added it to my wishlist!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  3. The plant pack is on my wishlist too.. I'm debating mothers day gifts, plants or no plants??!?


    Rachel
    Ms. Rachel’s Room

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  4. Your little tags are adorable! Thanks for sharing!

    Shannon
    Kindergarten Hoppenings

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  5. All of these cards are very much useful for kids,great ides.


    plastic cards
    clear cards

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  6. All this stuff looks so fun! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love all your stuff! I tagged you if you get a chance to play. Come check it out.

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