Fabulous In Five

Fabulous In Five

Also on Instagram sharing ideas from my class.. Fabulous in Five.. Year 2 teacher from Sydney,Australia.
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Kaboom! This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST HAVE!

Kaboom! This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST HAVE!

Worm Unit for kids - 10 fun kids activities to explore worms. Includes FREE worm observation book great for science observations for preschool, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids (homeschool, science) - GREAT IDEAS!

Worm Unit for kids - 10 fun kids activities to explore worms. Includes FREE worm observation book great for science observations for preschool, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids (homeschool, science) - GREAT IDEAS!

Counting Worms Book FREEBIE! Perfect for Spring, this adorable little counting book will get your kiddos counting and writing the numbers up to 10. How fun! :)

Counting Worms Book FREEBIE! Perfect for Spring, this adorable little counting book will get your kiddos counting and writing the numbers up to 10. How fun! :)

After reading Diary of a Worm and learning true facts about worms, we plan to discuss what could and couldn't actually happen to a worm.

After reading Diary of a Worm and learning true facts about worms, we plan to discuss what could and couldn't actually happen to a worm.

Backyard Earthworm Experiments - Read Yucky Worms by Vivian French and head to the backyard to explore!

Backyard Earthworm Experiments - Read Yucky Worms by Vivian French and head to the backyard to explore!

I would use this idea and have the kids create cubes of whatever life cycle they were researching. Then they could share the finished product

I would use this idea and have the kids create cubes of whatever life cycle they were researching. Then they could share the finished product