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adaption of this free template..print on different colored cardstock paper...red = freeze, yellow = quiet to desk/ sit on floor, green = go for it!

adaption of this free template..print on different colored cardstock paper...red = freeze, yellow = quiet to desk/ sit on floor, green = go for it!

With this cool math center game, your students will want to learn to skip count.  You can use this as a large group learning tool or as a center ga...

Robotic Skip Counting by 10s

With this cool math center game, your students will want to learn to skip count. You can use this as a large group learning tool or as a center ga...

This fun, robot themed activity will help your students learn 20 different contractions.

This fun, robot themed activity will help your students learn 20 different contractions.

Number Bond Cards and Work Mats - (sums 1-12) for use in math learning centers, small group lessons, number building activities, or for quick recal...

Robot Number Bonds

Number Bond Cards and Work Mats - (sums 1-12) for use in math learning centers, small group lessons, number building activities, or for quick recal...

5 resources to connect your students to real scientists | Cultivate student passion for STEM by connecting them with the experts.

5 resources to connect your students to real scientists | Cultivate student passion for STEM by connecting them with the experts.

Flex their maker muscles with this innovative and meaningful 3D printing project. | Enough tchotchkes! Get students making meaningful 3D projects

Flex their maker muscles with this innovative and meaningful 3D printing project. | Enough tchotchkes! Get students making meaningful 3D projects

Kids are born researchers. (Yours have probably asked "why" 14 times already today!) Entertain them and illustrate basic scientific concepts with five easy experiments -- no Ph.D. required.

Science Fun: 6 Everyday Science Experiments

Kids are born researchers. (Yours have probably asked "why" 14 times already today!) Entertain them and illustrate basic scientific concepts with five easy experiments -- no Ph.D. required.

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