Super easy rocket craft made from a balloon, a straw, a rubber band and some paper. I think kids will have a ball launching these! (Using balloons of various colors would make it a little easier for kids to keep track of their own rockets.)
Make Your Own Rocket
booths -> games=prizes: face painting - henna - dice raffle - cake walk - coke ring toss - disc drop - darts/balloons - cotton candy/food - caricatures - fish bowl/ping pong w/fish! - petting zoo? - bottles/ball - basketball hoop - mini golf - angry birds
Homemade Carnival Game Ideas - Carnival Activity Booth Ideas Too
Unique Gift for Kids: Science Kit (includes free printable experiment book and matching gift tags)
In art center this week, we painted rainbows using Q-Tips...GREAT fine motor practice! Plus they are colorful and will look great hanging up!
This would be a fun and interesting art activity for children. With this students can make any picture with fingerprints. You can go over the concept of how everyone as their own finger prints and no one else in the world has a same in the world. A group of students can get together and make a picture and label at the bottom which color their finger print is theirs.
This website is FULL of experiments to do with kids - It's even got a "preschool science" section!
Ladder run For this station, one needs a wooden ladder that has been sanded to prevent splinters from piercing their tiny legs. The ladder should also be painted a bright color. Lay the ladder flat on the ground and ask the children to run through its rungs, as quickly as they can. Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/obstacle-course-ideas.html
Obstacle Course for Kids- TONS of fun ideas
PHOTOGRAPHY LESSON for 4/5 Side walk chalk photo by Jan Von Holleben. A great collaborative art idea. Have groups work together to plan, pose, and photograph these chalk & people images.
Think this could be a really quick and fun collaborative project for my students. Would make a great piece for my classroom!
super cute auction idea