Homeschooling with Jellybeans {FREE Printables}

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A seemingly innocent morning of eating jellybeans while doing math has turned into a FUN day of learning!

Jellybean Printables

We started out by using jellybeans as math manipulatives for addition, word problems and multiplication and then went into a lesson on sorting, categorizing and graphing and finally tied it all back in to the real meaning for Easter…Jesus!

This my friends is the beauty of homeschooling. Freedom and flexibility to learn how and when our children want. Today, they wanted to eat jellybeans. Who knew so much learning could take place while eating jellybeans.

But we couldn’t just keep the fun to ourselves, so I created printables to share with all of you!

These worksheets are not only fun for before Easter, but next week too when you’re wondering what in the world to do with all of that Easter candy!

Below, you will find five pdf printables which you are free to download, print and share with your friends. I only ask that you do not alter them by removing my copyright symbol and name at the bottom.

Jellybean Word Problems (1st-3rd grade)

Beginning Multiplication with Jellybeans (1st-3rd grades)

Creating a Jellybean Bar Graph (1st-3rd grades)

Printable Jellybean Prayer (all ages)

Beginning Addition with Jellybeans (Kindergarten – 1st grade)

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Great job!! I know we will enjoy them next week!! Thank you for sharing them with me.

  2. Thank you Heather, these are GREAT!
    Renée at NextGen Homeschool

  3. These are awesome!! I have a 2 year old and he got alot of jelly beans at his Mothers Day Out egg hunt today! I love that jelly bean prayer! We have been working on colors so that will be a fun (and tasty) way to keep working on our colors! Thanks for linking up for the Egg-stra Special Easter Blog Hop!

  4. These are great! I’m so glad to see something aimed at the older grades. 🙂

    1. Thanks!!

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