Ian McCall has designed two wonderful exercises that are great practice for younger children and fun for kids of all ages. We were quite taken with his Clover Patch Search game, where you browse among square photos to find the clovers, and maybe even a four-leaf clover!
Here you’ll find 49 free puzzles. Just download and print, then fold the paper the specified number of times to create a solid color on each side. Try it!
Simple activities to do if you can have two grade levels together, such as 2nd and 5th, for 30 minutes or so.
This may boggle your students’ minds for a while. If a mirror reverses an image left to right, then why doesn’t it reverse the same image top to bottom? What do you think? Here’s our unscientific opinion:
Need a quick filler before the bell rings? Have your kids grab a sheet of paper (scratch paper will be great) and a pencil. Then strike a pose, and give them 15 or 30 seconds to draw you.