This week’s round-up is filled with fantastic phonics, number sense, and kinesthetic activities for young learners that will give them access to multiple ways that help them learn best. We’re featuring kid-friendly sewing lessons, twisted fairy tale companion bundles, an activities for number sense, and so much more. Want to keep your learners engaged during the holiday season? Check out these resources! Half of them are free!


Cooking with Kids- Kitchen Safety Chart
Cooking with Kids- Kitchen Safety Chart by Debbie Madson

It’s FREE!

“Help kids visualize and read kitchen safety rules for all of their cooking projects.”

Kids Sewing Lessons and Projects Curriculum Ebook
Kids Sewing Lessons and Projects Curriculum Ebook by Debbie Madson

“This ebook has all of our kids sewing lessons from preschool to Level 5 with over 100 activities and projects to help practice sewing skills. It includes a sewing quiz and posters to help in the learning process. Also included are two articles on Ten Tips to Teach Students to Sew and Learning How to Sew Tips.”

Subject and Predicate Sort
Subject and Predicate Sort by CreatedbyMarloJ

It’s FREE!

“Subject and Predicate Sort- Back-To-School Themed! This resource is great to practice a hard skill, subjects, and predicates. Great to use in small group, RTI, an assessment, centers, etc.”

Simple & Complete Subjects and Predicates Bundle
Simple & Complete Subjects and Predicates Bundle by CreatedbyMarloJ

“Simple & Complete Subjects and Predicates Bundle. This bundle includes: 4 corners game, worksheets, sorts, and scoot game. Great for your unit on Simple & Complete Subject and Predicates.”

Measurement: Measure My Mustache!
Measurement: Measure My Mustache! by Spoonful of Confetti and Creativity

It’s FREE!

“This engaging packet will get students up and moving around the classroom while practicing measuring with a ruler to the nearest inch.”

Twisted Fairy Tale Bundle
“Twisted Fairy Tale Bundle” by Spoonful of Confetti and Creativity

“This bundle incorporates 6 twisted fairy tales all aligned to current reading literature standards. This bundle is aligned to current CCSS Reading Literature Standards 1.1-1.9 and includes STEM activities with each book.”

Simple Editable Name Tags for Desks or Tables
Simple Editable Name Tags for Desks or Tables by Research and Play

It’s FREE!

“These simple, visually clean name tags give young students a support for alphabet and number sequencing and writing. These name tags also give students the chance to personalize a piece of their table or desk and allow teachers to add group names for students to easily access!”

Counting Collections Activities for Number Sense
Counting Collections Activities for Number Sense by Research and Play

“Counting collections are powerful tools for supporting number sense and developing critical math skills. These activities and extensions allow students to practice multiple math skills like addition/subtraction, grouping, sorting, and more in very hands-on, interactive ways.”

Snowman Winter Writing Mini-Pack FREEBIE!
Snowman Winter Writing Mini-Pack FREEBIE! by TeacherMomof3

It’s FREE!

“Students will have snow much fun with this little writing pack! Use in your writing center, for morning work, for fast finishers, for homework, or in small groups!”

Blending Up A Great Smoothie Initial Blends Clusters Activity
Blending Up A Great Smoothie Initial Blends Clusters Activity by TeacherMomof3

“Perfect for small groups, literacy centers/stations, individuals, and partners. There are so many possibilities with the word cards/flashcards!”

Gingerbread Man Roll and Color/Cover Freebie!!!
Gingerbread Man Roll and Color/Cover Freebie!!! by April Chauvin’s ABC123 Classrooms

It’s FREE!

“This activity will allow students to play multiple math games from one activity. You can do number recognition, adding, subtracting, and more.”

Kindergarten Morning Work Brain Busters- Bell Ringers / Math & ELA December
Kindergarten Morning Work Brain Busters- Bell Ringers / Math & ELA December by April Chauvin’s ABC123 Classrooms

“This can be used for the month of December for morning work, classwork, homework, or to reinforce lessons during center time. You have equal amounts of math and ELA lessons.”