For my future Classroom :)
this is a great idea...students sign out when they leave the classroom; can also have magnetic pictures/words for nurse, bathroom, etc. so students can put it beside their name so you know exactly where they are!
GREAT TEACHER IDEAS
Make Watercolor Paints - baking soda, vinegar, light corn syrup, corn starch, and food coloring. It will be ready to use in a couple of days. (Must dry first.)
I'M NEVER BUYING PAINT AGAIN! Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.
V - craft sticks and velcro --- I think this is a neat idea, however the previous pinner went on to comment how good they would be for making shapes and letters. That's true, but wouldn't it be SO much better for the ♥child♥ to discover what these cool materials are capable of, rather than our showing them and possibly stifling their intrinsic motivation?
craft sticks and velcro, these can be arranged to make shapes and letters (great busy bag idea!)
This was designed for teachers, but I think it would work great at home, too. Instead of fighting over homework completion, make it a literal game with this customizable Monopoly board. If your homework gets completed, you get to play. It works well if you share with your kids your own “homework” and let them see you track the things you need to do. teachnet.com/...
Going to use to create a school monopoly for learning saving & spending standards
Snowflake painting with pine needles!
Organization: Really neat teacher blog with tons of ideas
white board clock with hula hoop
Beautiful hand made "geodes" from egg shells and alum powder. Great homeschool project!
A fun way to addition using a deck of cards
compliment jar, as your class receives compliments in the hall, lunchroom, library, etc. they fill up the jar and get a class reward when full.