National Jelly Bean Day is April 22 {Homeschool FUN}

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My mom read a book about Easter. My sister took photos. I did some jelly bean activities with the kids. April 22 is National Jelly Bean Day, so you have some time to get some jelly beans and have a fun day in your homeschool.

A few years ago, my mom, my sister & I went to Ashley’s school.  She was teaching at-risk kids in first grade. These activities come from a fun day in April.

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If you want some fun ideas for homeschooling on National Jelly Bean Day, grab a copy of our free Jelly Bean Activity Guide & Printables with math, science, language arts, art, cooking and other activities.

You are going to become my 6 year old’s favorite person in “Mommy’s homeschool mom group”! She loved, loved, loved the Resurrection Rolls and getting to do math with jelly beans will be an amazing surprise for her on Monday after our Spring Break ­čÖé

Marion, Homeschool Mom
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Have some fun doing our jelly bean graphing & sorting activities, too.  

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  First we gave each child a plastic egg of jelly beans. They sorted the jelly beans by colors. Next we made a jelly bean graph.  

fun jelly bean graphing for national jelly bean day (apr 22)
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  1. I love all of these activities. It REALLY makes me miss my days classroom teaching — I loved the bright smiles of elementary school kids and how you could do so many creative things with them. I think is why I love homeschool so much!

    Thanks for the great ideas, and thanks for linking with Collage Friday!

    1. If you are looking for the jelly bean graph, fill in your name on this page and the entire Jelly Bean Unit Study will be emailed to you

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