April Pick 3 Pinterest Party & Linky

Welcome to this month’s Pick 3 Party!  Thanks for stopping by!  If you are looking for some inspiration for your classroom this month, you have come to the right place!

 Here are a few of the ideas that I have found on Pinterest that I plan to use during the month of April with my students.

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I have been trying to add at least one STEM activity per month to foster creativity and ingenuity.  This activity challenges students to help a gummy worm, named Fred, get to safety from an overturned boat in the middle of the lake.  I can’t wait to see all the great ideas my kids come up with!

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I just love this variation on dirt cups!

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Worm habitats are so much fun for the kids to create and observe!

With all this worm fun, I had to share this FREEBIE.  Click on the image above to download some squirmy wormy fun for your classroom!

If you are searching for more great ideas…check out my Pinterest feed.

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Come Pin With Us

This linky party will be hosted on the 3rd of each month and we would love for you to join in on the fun!

Here’s how to join in on the fun!!!

1.  Save the Pick 3 images to your desktop.

2.  Create a blog post using these images to share you 3 Pinterest Picks for the month.

3.  Share a link to your full Pinterest page if you would like.

4.  Link up by clicking the add your link button below.

5.  Be sure to check out the other Pinterest finds that have been shared and leave a comments on the ones you love!

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  1. April 3 / 2:35 pm

    What a STEM activity! Thank you for hosting this fun linky party every month – I love participating and seeing everybody else's fun pins. 🙂 And thank you for the awesome freebie!

  2. April 3 / 3:02 pm

    Love the worms! Thanks again for hosting this great link up. I love finding new great pins!

  3. April 3 / 10:46 pm

    Ha. Love the addition of the "grass" in the "dirt" cup. We just did a grass planting activity so that will be especially good for my kiddos' treat. Thanks, Lisa. See you around. Kathleen
    Kidpeople Classroom

  4. April 3 / 11:12 pm

    I love your idea of using a STEM activity each month. Do you get your ideas for this on Pinterest or is it from your district's curriculum. It could make a great ongoing product….

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