I love doing crafts with my students as much as possible. I try to add some writing activity to each craft, but I also wanted to tie in math to some of our crafts as well.
Right now, we have been working on measuring the length of objects. Some of my younger students are using blocks to do non-standard measurement.
My older students are working on measuring to the nearest inch. Our vocabulary story the past few weeks involved ladybugs, and we had been talking about the life cycle of ladybugs, so I decided a ladybug craft was necessary.
With this activity, I was able to tie in our math lesson with the craft. I love how they turned out! They look awesome outside our classroom.
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