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PowerPoint Game Templates - Best Teacher Resources Blog

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Great list of things teachers should do (or at least, think about!)

Forensic science offers a great opportunity to do a variety of scientific tests in one fun science project.

Forensic Science for Kids

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Get to Know a Middle Schooler - I'm gonna use this with the 6th grade math and science classes I'm taken over.

We Are Teachers

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Really Big bubbles ~ all you need are plastic straws, string and bubble juice!

um... why didnt I think of this? fyi: homemade solution: water, sugar, and dawn makes HUGE bubbles!!

Ever tired bubble painting ? I think it’s a classic kids’ art technique – and lots of fun! Here’s a step-by-step guide to making art with bubbles.

DIY Giant Bubbles by katiedid: Make the bubble solution with 6 cups water, 1 cup light corn syrup, 2 cups Joy dishwashing soap (If using an ultra concentrated dishwashing liquid, use only 1 1/3 cups), stirring gently to avoid bubbles and let it sit overnight for 'stronger bubbles'. Use a hula hoop wrapped in cotton string for a 'wand' and a trough made of a dryer vent. Stand back and have your camera ready! #Kids #Giant_Bubbles

If you have kids, or even if you have ever been around kids, you know that they just love bubbles. While there are a lot of bubble recipes out there, not all of them will give you bubbles that your kids can actually play with. Most will pop just as soon as you blow them.

Make GIANT bubbles. Poke a hole in the bottom of a paper cup, or cut off the bottom of a water bottle. Dip. Blow.

Helping Your Daughter Deal with Mean Girls: Excellent article about preparing our girls for what is to come. Not giving band aids, but training their hearts and their character.