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MAY Pick 3 Pinterest Party and Linky

Good Morning!


I'm joining Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner for a Pinterest Party Linky. It's pretty simple: Just post and share your favourite three May pins.



My first pick is a measurement activity from Tammy at Forever in First. ROY G BIV measuring is simple, fun and gives the kids lots of practice measuring with rulers. We'll be doing this in the next couple of weeks.

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Pick #2 is tracing and colouring with playdough. I think my kids will get a big kick out of this, especially those little ones who still struggle with their colouring. This will be a fun break for them, yet it still works on fine motor skills.

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My last pick are these beautiful castles from Deep Space Sparkle. I love absolutely everything Patty comes up with and these are no exception. We're currently doing a fairytale unit so this little project will fit in perfectly.

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Thanks for stopping by!



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11 comments

  1. Wow. Love the playdough idea AND the castles. Gonna do both. Thanks for posting these! See you next time. Kathleen

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    1. Hey you're welcome, Kathleen. Thanks for leaving a comment!

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  2. Will have to try the Playdough activity. Thanks!

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    1. You're welcome, Lori. I'll be doing that one, too.

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  3. I love the play dough idea! Who would have thought to do that! And the art project looks amazing! Thank you so much for sharing and linking up! :)

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    1. I agree. The play dough looks fun:)
      Thanks for hosting!

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  4. That playdoh idea is genius! I'm adding that to my fine motor centers next year. You'll love making those castles with your class! We did them last year as part of our fairy tale unit. The kids loved them and they were beautiful. have fun!

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    1. That's good to know about the castles. I think they're so pretty!

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  5. Wow! I made your list. Thanks and I hope the kids enjoyed their rainbows!

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    1. You certainly did! We're going to make them next week. Can hardly wait:)

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  6. Hi Barb! I pinned Tammy's measurement activity. Love it! It will be great for next year. Remembering the order of the colors of the rainbow is a challenge activity I have for my kids (mastery club), so double whammy! :-)

    Crystal
    Teaching Little Miracles

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