A little of this and that...

I promised I would be back to share some things we have been working on, so here I am!

In Math, we have been doing some serious geometry. We have been learning about kinds of lines, pairs of lines, the parts of a circle, and angles!

To help us review the different kinds of lines, I gave the students some sequins and cardstock and they created each kind of line. See pictures below! 

We have also been studying the branches of our state government. After learning about them, they had to make a branches of government tree as a project grade.

(Aren't they super cute!?)

And then we FINALLY finished up our animal research papers and students were asked to create a poster to display their research. I gave them two sheets they were required to use to show what they learned. 

As our Valentine's Day Party craft, I asked students to make Valentine people on their bags! They came out so cute!

This is just a little bit of what we have been doing! I will be back soon with some actual free downloads for some our Geometry activities and the Branches of Government tree template so you can do them too!

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Happy Hump Day!!


  1. Everything looks like so much fun!

  2. All of your activities look so inviting & fun for the kids! BTW, LOVE your fonts!

    Amy Howbert
    Little Miss Organized

  3. haha! I love myself! oh man! But my favorite are the borders your kiddos added to their posters!

  4. Hi Ginger! Glad to see you're back! Love all of the creativity!

    The REAL Teachers of Orange County

  5. I just found your blog! LOVE IT! Thank you for sharing all of your amazing ideas :)


  6. Hi Ginger,

    I love your Branches of Government and Animal Research Projects. Are they available in your Teacher's Notebook shop?

  7. I just found your blog through Pinterest. I teach higher level math, and want to say I love the way you are introducing geometry on the elementary level.

  8. I just found your blog through Pinterest. I teach higher level math, and I love the ways you are teaching geometry on the elementary level. Way to go!!


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