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Pizza box drying rack. I would spray paint first. I'll be a local pizza place would give you new boxes

Paper Clip Stands - bring art work to life. - Make book characters for story retelling

…kids play… | almiskeenah

Kindergarten morning work / bell work for the whole year! Common core aligned.

Kindergarten Morning Work Pack 1 (September-December)

First grade morning work / bell work for the whole year! Common core aligned.

First Grade Morning Work Pack 1 (August-December)

Free Party Fonts | Elle Claire

{Ella Claire}: Free Party Fonts

Itsy Bitsy Spider Hand and Finger Puppet from Lalymom (pinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources for #children

Science -- Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen.

It's time to spill the beans...

EASY Dollar store SUN CATCHERS!!! ■Plastic container lid ■Clear Elmer’s Glue (cloudy will work too, but will dry a little opaque) ■String or Thread ■Suction cup window hooks (optional- you can just tie the string to the window latch instead) ■Glass vase gems

Painting on wet glue with food colouring. This is such an interesting and unique craft idea. Once the glue has completely dried then peel it off, punch a hole in the top and hang with a string in a window...the result is a beautiful sun catcher!

Painting on Wet Glue - Housing a Forest

Ikea INGO table makeover ... perfect for a playroom or a classroom. Solid pine and only $65!

The Polka Dot Pencil Studio: A Table Makeover

Alphabet Hat's from Simply Kinder

Simply Kinder: Alphabet

Princesses, Pies, & Preschool Pizzazz: Pom-Pom Color Fun for Toddlers

The game is simple, but the strategy will keep your students engaged for hours: roll 3 dice, choose 2, add the numbers together and cover up that number on the board. Except things aren't so easy: if you roll a 1, 1 and 6, should you combine 1 + 1 = 2, or 1 + 6 = 7? This game opens up some nice opportunities to discuss winning strategies using probability.

DIY addition machine! What a great way to visually see what addition means.

Cool for the writing You can do this with a shower curtain and wet erase markers!

Each day we decide how many dots we need to add to make the number (This is always fun to ask on a Monday after the weekend) After another student fixes the number at the bottom a student will use a pointer to count the dots. After counting one way I'll ask Can we can count another way (by 5s of 10s)? How many dots until we have 10? 20?