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Cool Things Made From Popsicle Sticks

match popsicle sticks with colour at one end and word at the other and then have them stick sticks in correct coloured pouches

Flowerpot Alphabet Match-Match lowercase letter flower popsicle sticks to uppercase letter flowerpots (styrofoam cups).

Alphabet Antics @

In love with summer fruit pops, plus they're all natural: 1/2 cup orange juice 1/2 cup pomegranate juice 1-1/2 cups mixed berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries) 14 popsicle sticks

Charades Popsicle Sticks :)

Halloween Math - addition facts using mini jack-o-lanterns. I love that the popsicle sticks can be reused and put in any seasonal container. Cute! #Math #Addition

The First Grade Parade: Search results for pumpkin

I wrote down all the meals I cook for supper (yes, on Popsicle sticks), and choose 4 or 5 a week as Im meal planning. Even the husband liked picking!!

Learning center idea... recycled water bottle, popsicle sticks, and some teacher ingenuity make for terrific, portable learning centers.

Bilingual colors Popsicle sticks.

puzzle idea with jumbo popsicle sticks... so cute.. kids klub craft!!

Gel Transfer Puzzle (A Tutorial)

To dye clothespins and Popsicle sticks

dyed wooden clothespins (and a christmas card display!)

Popsicle sticks, clothes pin, glue gun, paint

Mojito Popsicles 1 packed cup mint leaves 1 cup water 1 cup fresh lime juice 1 cup superfine sugar 1/3 cup white rum (I used Flor de Caña) Purée all ingredients in a blender until smooth.  Skim off any foam, then pour the mixture into molds.  Freeze for an hour, then insert the popsicle sticks (if the popsicles aren’t firm enough, wait a little bit longer).  Freeze until the popsicles are firm, overnight or up to 24 hours, depending on the size of your molds.


Tulip garden. egg carton, playdough, glue, watercolors, popsicle sticks. Put a dab of glue in bottom, add dough , paint your tulips, then plant them into dough!

"Pre-School in a can." Educational activities are written on the back of color coded popsicle sticks. Good idea for future library storytimes and activities, especially in a school library.

Preschool at Home - A Little Tipsy

Popsicle sticks have pictures of things for younger students to do when work is completed. Older students have an activity written on the popsicle stick.