So many great activities were shared at last week’s link up! I’m sharing some of my favorites, starting with this fun game for teaching addition.
If you have never visited Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational, you are missing out. The games are always beautiful, professional-looking, and free! Try this beginning addition game. Also check out the comparing fractions game!
Get these free picture cards and sort words with beginning and ending digraphs – from This Reading Mama.
Save those plastic Easter eggs! Try this creative way to teach contractions from There’s Just One Mommy.
I love 3 Dinosaurs’ word family ladders. Easy to prep, too – just print the freebie and get some letter tiles (Scrabble tiles work great!).
Please remember to save your preschool posts for other link-ups and share activities for kids in grades kindergarten and up only. Thanks so much!
We’d love for you to share your School-Age Post (for kindergarten and up) about your learning week after school. Tell us about your Crafts, Activities, Playtime, and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after school, homeschool, or on the weekend!
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Link up your After School Crafts, Activities, Playtime, and Adventures for kids in kindergarten and up! We’d love to see them!
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