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Monday, April 2, 2012

Jumpin' Jellybeans!

Hey ya'll!  Today I've been busy filling out an application for a school system in Alabama...is it sad to say that I've never even heard of the town?!?  I don't care where in Alabama...I just really want a teaching job again I'll move anywhere!  Today I wanted to share some Easter activities using jellybeans that I've found on Pinterest.  Maybe some of you can use these ideas...and  I hope I can use these next year! ;)I found these awesome math activities from Simply Learning Centers.  They even included a parent letter asking for jellybean donations! It's an awesome site to check out for sure!
Check out Fun With Little Learners for a fun science experiment using jellybeans. Click here for a page with the scientific method for this activity from Hope King.  She also has a cute jellybean fractions activity!
If you teach at a private school I love, love, love this jellybean prayer
And this is a tradition that I plan on doing with my future kids...but you could totally do at school with younger kids.  You plant the  "Magic Jellybeans" and lollipops "grow".  Too cute!
What are you doing for Easter in your classrooms?


  1. Awww...I love the prayer, I need to forward that to my friend!

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  2. Hi Ashley,
    My name is Maggie and I am a teacher in Shelby County, Alabama. I was just curious as to the name of the city you are applying. Do you not previously live in Alabama? You may email me at maggiegalamore@bellsouth.net and I will be glad to answer any questions you have about Alabama, if you are not from here.

  3. Sorry I meant "Do you currently live in Alabama?" not previously.

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