The daffodils are blooming, the peepers are peeping, and we’ve got equivalent kites, fairy tales for math, and some writing squiggles just right for a brisk spring day. It’s that time of year when the anticipation for summer is palpable but there are a couple months of learning still to go. So grab a comprehension spinner and a math word wall too — a little spring spruce-up is just what the doctor ordered!

Earth Day – Cause and Effect Freebie by MJcreations

“This Earth Day resource gets students up and moving while learning about ways to help planet Earth. It provides practice identifying cause and effect.” It’s Free!

Fairy Tale Math Readers’ Theater Bundle by MJcreaations

These readers’ theaters and activities will bring math alive in the classroom. Practical, yet entertaining; students will learn rounding, estimating sums, repeated addition, multiplication, and area and perimeter. Plenty of guided and independent practice is provided.”

100th Day of School by LIVIN’ IN A VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER

“This resource offers a variety of writing and math activities to use as you celebrate the 100th Day of School!” It’s Free!


This ever-expanding bundle includes colorful, child-friendly cars to be used in a a primary classroom.”

Squiggle Writing by Yearn to Learn

Make creative writing collaborative with a twist. Students work together to change a random squiggle line into a fun picture. Then, the picture becomes the springboard for a creative writing story.” It’s Free!

Equivalent Fractions Kite Art Project by Yearn to Learn

Help your students visualize equivalent fractions with an engaging kite design project. It’s a perfect way to end a unit on equivalent fractions!”


Comprehension Spinners {FREEBIE} by 3 Little Readers


These eight spinners are a great way to make your comprehension checks during guided reading or whole group fun! This packet includes eight comprehension spinners and detailed directions.” It’s Free!


Fruits of the Spirit by 3 Little Readers


“This packet includes nine fruits of the spirit lessons. Each lesson plan includes an object lesson, Bible story connection, Bible verse, discussion questions, and an application activity.”