Awesome!!!! dry erase with cardstock, laminating, and duct tape - Just place the plastic sheet over the cardboard and tape around the edges. Simple as that and you're done. I was able to get 20 done in just over an hour sitting and watching TV. I love how cute they turned out and they are easy to write on/wipe clean. Plus between the presentation board and two rolls of duct tape it cost just over 50 cents each. I need to do this.
Cheap whiteboards using laminated card stock and duct tape for edges! cute and lightweight.
sayings for every candy bar - I'm sure I'll be glad I pinned this one day.
Easiest school birthday treat ever! Fill the cup with candy, add the gift shred for "whipped cream", punch a hole in the lid for the pencil "straw" and add the "cherry" through the large hole already in the lid. Add a label, stickers, etc. to decorate as you wish!
Grade 2-Earth and Space Science – Air and Water in the Environment a cool experiment that shows the connection between air and water in their environment. Students get to see how if they push a cup down into the liquid the air gets trapped inside. Students can talk about survival techniques and how they can work with solids liquids and gases in their own environment
A really cool solids, liquids, and gases experiment
"Caught ya being good" fishbowl for your classroom: drop the student's name in every time they are "caught" and draw a name monthly for a prize!
The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep?
This visual example of erosion would help students understand how human activities can affect the landscape. One bottle could represent an untouched forest, another could represent an area with houses built, and another bottle could show land cleared for farming. The students would be able to see how humans can negatively impact Earth's natural processes.
A center organizer that ISNT a pocket chart!!
Bookmarks! Great project for Earth Day.
This could be a student's job (to put something in the box and write three clues) on the Class Jobs chart!
Websites for kids