This easy to use printable set of foldable shapes can be used for all sorts of math learning! Plus, let kids get creative and turn it into a math and art lesson in one!

Properties of Operations Anchor Chart for third, fourth, and fifth grade math.

Need a higher level property activity for your students? Name that property is deceptively difficult and will make your students think about the properties and really piece together what each property means.

Looking for fun, hands-on Easter activities and challenges for kindergarten and first (1st) grade students? This math and science project begins when children are given a plastic mystery egg to fill with a surprise. Students do STEM experiments to find out more about their egg's properties. As children shake, measure, weigh, float/sink, and roll their egg, they gain clues about what's inside and record results on printable recording sheets. Great ideas for learning in centers or small…