January Pick 3 on Pinterest

Hey Y'all and Happy New Year!! I am linking up with some super fab friends! I am linking up with Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner for a fun monthly linky!

So January is one of my MOST favorite months! It's like a fresh start with the new year! I also love snow, and 2015 (December) we didn't see any snow! (Where I live, we even had 70 degree weather at christmas!) Anyway, I hope you enjoy these cute finds from Pinterest as much as I did!!

The first find I came across was from Little Bins for Little Hands, this is a super cute hands-on sciencey, sensory play activity! 


You can check out this blogpost by clicking HERE or on the picture above!

The next cute find is from The Owl Teacher and it's a really cute blog post about shades of meaning with snowman!


You can check out this blogpost by clicking the image above, or clicking HERE!

So the third find is a math one. I think it's my OCD personality that makes me find pinterest finds for literacy, science and math! Anyway, this is super cute and hands-on for the KG or primary classroom! You could even take what this teacher did and up the anty for 1st or 2nd graders.


You can check out the blogpost by clicking the image above or clicking HERE!

I hope you enjoyed my finds, make sure to check out the other bloggers finds for January and feel free to also link up your finds!!

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  1. That hot cocoa craft is super cute!! Hope you have the most amazing 2016!!


  2. Love the melting snowmen...adorable! Thanks for sharing and linking up! Wishing you a blessed 2016!

  3. Love the hot chocolate math- would make a good work mat. Thanks for posting! See you next month. Kathleen

  4. The hot chocolate activity is cute and motivating. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love the snowmen shades of meaning! The hot chocolate math activity looks like fun too. Thank you so much for sharing and linking up with us! :)

  6. The marshmallow addition is very cute!

  7. A teacher in my hallway made snowmen like the ones on your #2, except they were measuring how tall the kids were. Super cute! :)
    Thanks for sharing,

  8. I'm planning to do the Melting Snowman experiment with my kiddos, too. After all, we don't generally see REAL snowmen in GA. Thanks for linking up!!

  9. I know many kinders who would love to add more if they could use marshmallows to help them with it. Plus they would love to eat them too!
    Second In Line

  10. Lots of adorable snowmen ideas! Perfect for this time of year!


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