February Pinterest Pick 3

For the last two weeks, I have been working on learning more about Pinterest.  I found a great course offered by Melissa at Blog Clarity called Pinning Perfect.  Anna from My Life and Kids has been moderating the course.  I’ve learned so much already! If you are a blogger and want to learn more about Pinterest and how to use it more effectively, I suggest you give the course a try.  Even if you aren't a blogger, did you know that more and more teachers are using Pinterest as a search engine to find activities for their classrooms?  Just the other day, Kristen(Ladybug’s Teacher Files) and I were discussing how it is the first place we go when we want to learn more about a strategy or method to try in our classrooms. I know there are better ways to use Pinterest, and this course is helping me learn the beauty that is Pinterest ;)
While taking this course, I “met” Ashley from Just Reed I have enjoyed learning from her, too.   I decided to join Ashley and her friends in this month’s Pinterest Pick 3 Party to tie in what I’ve learned and share some of my favorite February pins with you!

Ah, Valentine’s Day!  There are so many ways to incorporate Valentine’s activities into your classroom.  What I love about all three of the pins I’m sharing is that they take the holiday and use it to make learning fun.  Who doesn’t love learning when it's fun?
I absolutely love this building polygons activity.  The lesson teaches about polygons in a hands-on way.  The "Valentine's Day" connection is by using Valentine's Day colored straws.  You could really complete the activity any time of the year.  This is yet another reason why I love this pin!   
Pinned from Lemon Lime Adventures
Are you looking for some fun ways to incorporate Science activities into your Valentine's Day activities?  You must check out this pin!  
Pinned from Little Bins for Little Hands
Or, check out this one, too!
Pinned from Raising Lifelong Learners
PIN with us!  We love PINSPIRATION!
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 your 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!

Be sure to check out my board "Fun in the Classroom" for even more FUN :)

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  1. Yay! I"m so happy I met you, Elizabeth! My middle name is Elizabeth!! ;) Your pins are awesome. Your blog is beautiful!! Thanks for linking up!! xoxo

    1. Thank you, Ashley! I've learned so much from this class.

  2. I love your science and STEM pins! Thank you so much for sharing your pins and joining us! :)

  3. That straw pin about shapes is neat! The colored stripes make it even more fun to do.
    Second In Line

  4. I love all these great science activities everyone has shared!
    Owls and Lessons, Etc.

  5. Love the science ideas! Thanks for sharing such great pins and linking up with us!

  6. Really this post seems to have a lots of fun because, this is the very first time to read a post which makes the children to feel happy. yes, now-a-days, i could not see the children playing and smiling from their hearts because of extreme pressure and tension given to them by their school teachers to get their home works to be completed within the given time period. Even in my research paper writing service office too, there has been colleagues who has been working in the same way to make their children to be always concentrating in their education by attending various coaching classes which will be very much useful for their future.

  7. Thanks for the useful information about Pinterest. I will study it.