Wednesday, April 1, 2020

April Resources

Welcome April!  Let’s hope the coming of a new month will bring better things for us all!  Here are many of my April products that are appropriate for distance learning as well as the classroom!  Check them out!

Get your students excited about Easter! Your students will grow in their drawing confidence as they learn to explore how to draw items like an Easter basket, bunny rabbit, and Easter egg. Directed drawing is fun and engaging activities that require listening skills as well as fine motors skills.

Let’s welcome Spring with this rabbit research resource. Kids will enjoy using this fact booklet to find out about this crafty and quick mammal.

Celebrate eggs! These eggciting eggtivities can be used throughout the year and is perfect for Spring with everything from egg patterns to activities that explore the world of egg-laying animals!

Step into Spring with this fact booklet. Explore the signs of the springtime by inspiring your students to read, write and draw about this wonderful time of the year.

Celebrate the month of the Military Child with some activities that help to honor as well as raise awareness of the lives of the military children. These carefully selected activities are suitable for military children as well as non-military children.

Looking for activities that are perfect for April – the month of the military child? Salute the Military Kids is an engaging resource with everything from math and writing activities to dog tags, friendship hugs and “Keep Daddy/Mommy Safe” bracelets.

Celebrate our beautiful planet! This Earth Day fact booklet contains great tips that will help your students to care for our planet!

Inspire your students to draw Earth Day! Directed drawing is a wonderful addition to your Earth Day unit.

Let your students explore different types of climate by using this fact booklet. It contains a craft activity that helps students to get involved in learning about the various climates around the world.

Climate change is a much-debated topic and students need the best available and science-based information about the changes. This fact booklet explores climate change in a way that makes it accessible to young students.

Kids want to help and this fact booklet gives them a wide range of ideas of how they can help to protect our Earth.  Inspire your students to learn about climate change and what they can do with this fact booklet.

Snakes lay eggs and so do penguins and frogs! There is something utterly fascinating about animals that lay eggs. Learn about the exciting world of oviparous animals by using this fact booklet.

Your students will be creative and have fun exploring insects. Fact booklets are a best seller with their combination of activities that support reading, writing and drawing skills.

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