## How to Teach Division of Whole Numbers Leading to Answers with Fractions

It really surprised me. They were completely baffled, The problem had seemed simple, but the looks i was getting let me know I was wrong. It really wasn’t as easy as I had thought. There are 4 rabbits, but you only have 3 carrots. How...

## 3D Shapes STEM Robot Challenge

*This post contains affiliated links I want my little ones to have chances to explore, be creative, and be problem solvers. With that in mind I’m trying to become very intentional about having a STEM type activity weekly. Yes, they can get messy. Yes, they...

## Four Ways To Practice Telling Time (Free Clip Cards)

*This post contains affiliated links   You can’t go a day without looking at your clock. Ok, in honest how many of us can make it an hour! Time is essentially part of our culture, and though many of our clocks are digital now,...

*This post contains affiliate links Today wraps up my fifth post on quadrilaterals. I thoroughly enjoyed finding new ways to play with these four sided shapes. You can purchase all five lessons, plus three cut and paste printables not on my blog, here! To finish our unit...

*This post contains affiliate links We are nearing the end of our quadrilateral unit, and will soon be moving on to 3D shapes. To close this unit up, we finished with a STEM project and an interactive assessment. (Look for this freebie coming toward the...

## How to Review Classifying Quadrilaterals with Free Game

Help your students understand the different characteristics and rules of quadrilaterals with this FREE quadrilateral bingo game.     “Is a square a rectangle?” I asked my  six-year-old son. He gave me that look. The look that says I know so much more than you...

## Quadrilateral Family Tree Interactive Notebook

*This post contains affiliate links Today, I’m excited to continue on our quadrilateral journey. We finished off last week doing quadrilateral art and graphing the numbers of quadrilaterals we used. Today, we will be doing some more cutting and pasting as we make an interactive...