February Pinterest Pick 3 Linky

I had so much fun linking up for PAWSitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner's Pick 3 Pinterest Linky last month.  I was super excited to link up again to share my top 3 February pins with you guys.  Here they are...

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I LOVE this fact family flower craftivitiy from The Razzle Dazzle Classroom.  My kids and I just started multiplication and division a few weeks ago, and I would love for them to do this craftivity using that.  I think it would be an awesome way to show them related multiplication and division facts.

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I have some kids that need some extra help with compound words, so I was tickled pink when I found this pin from Nyla's Crafty Teaching.  I think it would be a great review station, but I would also like to leave out blank ones for the kids to write their own compound words.  I love adding a little bit of rigor and giving kids ownership in creating the stations too!

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Just like compound words, some of my kids need extra practice with contractions.  I know they will love this craftivity from  Scholastic Teachers.  I know it will make a great bulletin board display too!

Thanks for stopping by to read about my top 3 February pins!  Make sure you check out this other top pins from some other awesome bloggers and make sure you link up as well!


  1. Umm all three of your pins are amazing! How have I not seen them before? I want to try them all. They are perfect for engaging Valentines lessons!
    Sheri :)

  2. I love these art projects that are actually academic! We just finished contractions and compound words not too long ago- I wish I'd seen these! Thank you for linking up! :)

  3. The fact family flower is a great idea. I would also use it with multiplication.
    Love Teaching Kids

  4. I love the contraction hearts...such a great visual! Thanks for sharing & linking up!

  5. I love all of those. Do you do morning meetings? I think giving kids half of a heart and having them find the person with the other half to build a compound word would be a great way to get them with new partners for sharing or activities.
    Deb @ Not very fancy in 1st

  6. Oh my I LOVE all three of your pins!!! I have to do these this year even if Valentine's day is over. I don't think my kids will mind:)

    The Busy Busy Hive


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