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Elementary Animals: Fold A Mouse!

Welcome to our fifth and final origami animal project: the mouse!This project is definitely best-suited to third graders because the folds are a little more intricate than our previous projects. Age: 7+ Duration: 10 minutes Learning Outcomes: Practice reading and understanding step-by-step directions independently. Exercise fine motor skills. Develop patience. You’ll Need: R15219 Elementary Origami Animals Glue Stick… View more

Elementary Origami Animals for 2nd Grade

Welcome to our third set of Origami Animals! Today we will be focusing on two projects perfect for second graders: the Penguin and the Swan. Age: 5+ Duration: 5-8 minutes Learning Outcomes: Exercise fine motor skills. Practice following directions independently. You’ll Need:  R15219 Elementary Origami Animals Washable Markers Glue Stick Googly Eyes With second graders, this activity… View more

Elementary Animals: Fold a Pig!

  Welcome to our fourth origami animal project! Today we’ll be focusing on a project ideal for third graders: folding a pig!  Age: 7+ Duration: 10 Minutes Learning Outcomes: Practice following step-by-step directions while exercising fine motor and spatial skills. You’ll Need:  R15219 Elementary Origami Animals Pig Folding Instructions (POST INSTRUCTIONS) Glue Stick Googly Eyes If you structure… View more

Elementary Origami Animals for 1st Grade

Welcome to the second installment of our elementary origami series! Today, we’ll be focusing on two 1st grade projects: The fish and the fox! Age: 4+ Duration: 5 minutes Learning Outcomes: Practice following step-by-step directions. Exercise fine motor skills. You’ll Need: R15219 Elementary Origami Animals Washable Markers Googly Eyes Glue Stick We’ll start with the fish today. Under… View more

Letter Vests

Learn important language skills in a fun and interactive way. Letter Vests are durable, brightly colored and laminated. The Letter Vests are made with tear resistant material, however under extreme circumstances they can rip. If a rip occurs, carefully remove the vest from the child and … Continue reading

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