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6 DIY Father’s Day Gifts {Living Creative Thursday}

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How many letters in my name?

Put a paper heart/sticker in the center of your child's palm AFTER you paint their hand... then press to paper! Frame one for each child. Perfect for The Kissing Hand!

Classroom Fun: The Kissing Hand

Classroom Fun: The Kissing Hand

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Kissing Hand

Mrs. Cates' Kindergarten: Beginning Of The Year

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Create something like this for All About Me theme week. You can hang them on the door and say Lets Me Our Class!

First Grade Sweeties: My Favorites

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magnet fun for kids - let them investigate various objects and sort them as magnetic vs. non-magnetic

She is a teacher and has SO MANY adaptation ideas to help with classroom needs in special education or gen ed too.

C is for Caterpillar Handprint Craft - Nashville Children’'s Crafts | Examiner.com

alice in wonderland bday craft

Preschool crafts with hand prints

Charlie the Catapillar LONG SLEEVE, I'm going to use child friendly finger paint and have his many little fingers and the body for his first birthday shirt!

Make a rainbow! Good craft for working on cutting skills. Also consider having the kids pull apart the cotton balls first (using those pincers!) for a little more fine motor focus.

Kinder-Craze: Very Hungry Caterpillar Door Decoration for Reading Month

Simple, easy, child-created Mother's Day gift. You are my sunshine. Thank you for helping me grow. Kathy Griffins Teaching Strategies

Paint the Sky - lay a mirror outside facing upwards. Give kids sky colored paints ( sky blue, sun yellow, sunset orange, cloud white) and let them paint the sky. ..An amazing art activity, and a super fun way to explore the sky

Raining cloud craft. What you'll need: Tissue paper (various shades of blue) Contact paper, Raindrop template Scissors, Glue, Cotton balls, Cons-truction paper, thin cardboard (could be a cereal box), Googly eyes, String or yarn, Tape, Hole punch

Mrs. Lees Kindergarten: cute spring and plant unit would go along with an activity about how flowers grow. Also, this matches a book that was added in on our Unit plan already.

10 Teacher Gift Ideas That Will Knock Their Socks Off

Easter Crafts for Kids.....Could do this with a paper plate too.