February Pick 3 Pinterest Linky


I love Pinterest. I started it years ago as a place to find amazing recipes and now years later it still remains my favorite board.. :). However, it is definitely my go to place to find teaching ideas. Today, I'm linking up with Lisa from Pawsitively Teaching, Marissa from Inspired Owl's Corner, and Ashley from Just Reed, to bring to you three of my favorite February Pinterest finds for the classroom.




Teacher Bits and Bobs has these DIY love monster crafts! When I saw them on my Pinterest feed, I had to stop. So cute and beautiful as well. This craft serves several purposes - they are easy to make, make a great hallway display, and it includes a free writing template to attach to the craft. Click on the picture to take you to the original pin. 




I thought this Groundhog craft from Susan Morrow from Keep 'em Thinking was so adorable and easy to do in the classroom.  Plus it's free in her TPT store! Just click on the picture to see the original pin. 



This Valentine themed explosion experiment from Creekside Learning is super creative for young learners. It uses baking soda, food coloring, cookie cutters, and some other ingredients to create this faux explosive material. This is fun to do at home too with your own kiddos!

So, there you have it. Hope these Pins gave you some ideas. I'm loving Pinterest even more so these days and would love for you to come visit me below!
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10 comments

  1. Amna, I love the monsters and the science experiments! So much fun! Thank you for sharing your pins and linking up with us! :)

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  2. That Valentine science looks like so much fun. I love blending holidays into educational experiences! Thanks for linking up!!

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    1. yes it's all about that blending...:)

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  3. Going back to pin the science experiments! Thanks for sharing!
    Haley
    Owls and Lessons, Etc.

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  4. Well, we've done several Groundhog art-tivities this week- thumbprint art, guided drawing... maybe this little cut and paste will be tomorrow's... thanks! Kathleen

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    1. lol great, hope it turned out well.

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  5. The science ideas look so fun! Thanks for sharing such great pins and linking up with us!

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