My girls just love having different things to learn with. I’m always looking for fun things for them to do. We have a lot of fun with hands on activities at our house.
These pack was made to be used with the Link n Learn Links, but you don’t have to have them to do the activities.
These activities are fun and were made to be hands on for a lot of them. We use the Link n Learn Links with them. It is simple and easy to do. You can see below how we did the Color the Pattern Activity.
Here is a look at how we did the What Comes Next page.
This is to make the pages fun and hands on for those that love hands on learning. It is fun, but you don’t have to use the links you can do the pack without them. All the pages are made to be used with the links or without.
Graphic purchased from Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles
Link Theme Math Pack contains 17 pages:
Link Color the Pattern, What Comes Next?, Fill in the Missing Patterns, Counting Links Cut & Paste, Link Count & Graph, Measure the Links, Adding the Link, Hands on Math pages (Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Greater Than/Less Than)
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The summer is coming and it is time for a few fun Summer themed printables! We really have been busy with our CVC and CVCC word family learning. One of our favorite themes of the summer is Beach! I thought we would have some fun with some beach writing and word families.
This is a great way to review the word families during the summer. This set of printables
Each of the beach scenes have some shells on the beach for kids to writing in their CVC & CVCC words. There is the word family them on the umbrella. There are six shells on the beach for them to write out their word family words. Plus when they are done it is a fun way page to color as well.
Something fun that is different from the CVC & CVC Flower Writing is that there is a fun writing page! This page is great for practice writing the words or for older kids writing a sentence or two about the word they pick.
For a younger child you can set it up so they just work on the first letter of the words. We did something fun with alphabet stamps for my youngest. She got to stamp in the first letter of the word. If they need suggestions of ideas they can use the CVC Word Family Wall Cards or the CVCC Word Family Wall Cards.
What are you going to find in these printables:
- CVC Words Families: -ad, -ag, -am, -an, -ap, -ar, at, -ed, -en, -et, -ig, -in, -ip, -it, -og, -op, -ot, -ow, -ox, -ug, -un, & -ut
- CVCC Words Families: -all, -ill, -ell, -ull, -ing, -ang, -ung, -ong, -ast, -ist, -ust, -ost, -est, -ack, -ick, -ock, -uck, -and, -end, -ind, -ond, -und, ink, -unk, -onk, -amp, -imp, -ump
- 1 Beach Scene per page word family plus a writing page for that word family
- 102 pages total
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We have had so much fun playing with the rocks. We pull out the sensory bin almost every day. We looked at all the different rocks. My oldest made a comment about if light would go through them. I thought this would be a great science experiment about if they would or not.
This is an easy hands on science activity with almost no prep needed for it. We had fun exploring the different rocks and learning that not all first impressions are correct.
We took the rocks from our Rock & Rice Sensory Bin and sorted half of them out and picked them for our experiment. We also reread the books A Rock Can Be .
What you need for this activity: rocks, flashlight, and paper to sort them on.
The first thing they did was take a guess as to if the light would shine through the rock just by looking at it. They had the rocks sorted. I would not let them hold it up to the light to check it. This was fun to see what they thought would and would not work.
Next was the fun part of looking at all the rocks. They got some big surprises by ones they thought the light would not sight through. Here are two examples.
They had tons of fun looking through the rocks! It was exciting to see how different the rocks colors were in the light and what rocks were solid but had small parts where the light would show through. This was an easy and fun science experiment to do!
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