One of the happiest sights to see in the Springtime is a big, beautiful butterfly. These fluttery, flying “flowers” are so popular with kids, they can actually be a useful tool in the classroom. Whether you are an elementary school teacher or a parent in a homeschool, there are so many ways to incorporate butterflies into your lesson plans.
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If you want to create hands-on place value practice I have some great ideas to share. Students often get a bit restless when Springtime days grow warm. This blog post is rich with great ideas for fun place value Activities your students will enjoy so much, they may not even notice that they are learning! I have included activities perfect for math practice, math workshops, partner work, reading, and more. There are even some great ideas for incorporating students’ work into bulletin boards and classroom decorations!
Fun Butterfly Craftivity For Math
Place Value is one of the most important building blocks for Math. Students who don’t understand Place Value will struggle in all areas of Math. The best way to learn Math concepts like Place Value is with lots and lots of practice. Unfortunately, practice can get boring.
That’s why you and your students will love this fun Butterfly Craftivity. With this friendly little Butterfly Craftivity, students can show off their Place Value skills while creating a pretty little butterfly. These Craftivities are so fun to work on, students will actually be excited to practice!
Other Great Hands-On Place Value Ideas
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Other Seasonal Craftivities You May Enjoy
If your students need more Place Value practice, check out some of these other great seasonal Craftivities I’ve put together for you. Your elementary and homeschool students can have lots of fun celebrating Springtime with Place Value Craftivities creating Flowers, Caterpillars, Kites, and more!
In fact, I have great Craftivities for many of the basic concepts students should practice, so be sure to check them out. I bet you’ll be inspired when you think about all the great ways these projects can be used to help your students get all the practice they need!
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