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Tammy Lynn

In Bloom {Craftivity & Printables}

Hi! I'm Teri! I am a first grade teacher and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher. On my blog I share classroom ideas, tips and tricks, and K-2 teaching resources. I enjoy writing and crafting, so I love to create activities that tie both together.

Paper Plate Sunflower {Kid Craft}

The easiest of them all - check out our inexpensive Paper Plate Sunflower kid craft tutorial! It's too good to pass up! Click now!

Eric Carle's The Tiny Seed

I call it "soul teaching." The moments when you choose an activity, lesson, project, whatever…to feed your own teaching soul. Something...

Exploring seeds with preschoolers, part 1

A simple observation activity for preschoolers to learn about seeds.

Seeds Pictures {{Editable}}

60 pictures for mini canisters to place seeds in.Let your young learners safely explore seeds.How to: Print, laminate and hot glue to the cap of the canister you'd place the seeds in.EDITABLE!!!If the seed you need to label is not included, simply add a picture, type its name and that's it! You can ...

Kidscanlearnschool

My students loved creating the flowers (Based on Eric Carle's book 'Tiny Seed'). First they painted with orange and yellow paint on...

seed sorting activity for preschool

When your kids are little and in preschool, it can be tough to find activities to keep them busy, and this seed sorting activity is a low-costing activity to get your preschoolers busy while your older kids are learning other topics.

20 Cute and Colorful Eric Carle Crafts for Kids

Eric Carle's pictures are how many children the world over are introduced to art. Celebrate this incredible artist with these Eric Carle Crafts for Kids.

Montessori Inspired Seed Study for Preschool Science

This Montessori Inspired Seed Study explores the anatomy of the seed by dissection and examination of how it grows in a root viewer.

Fine Motor and Sorting~Seed Tray

In this simple fine motor activity kids can strengthen fine motor skills and practice sorting with seeds. It's a great addition to your spring theme or seed theme preschool activities.