Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
Gross Motor Activity to Practice Skip Counting - Combining learning with movement helps children retain what they learn and establish a love of learning. This could easily be adapted for any age or mathematical concept. It would also be fun to learn letter sounds while hopping to them!
jellyfish-- paper bowl, paint and streamers!
Beautiful project using yarn, tin foil and Sharpies
#Behavior This is a great project to do to create community within your classroom -- and would work well integrating with social studies and language arts. Students would choose RAOK (random acts of kindness) to do throughout the week to others with "blowing their cover." This would be a great pre-cursor to discussions on community and citizenship!
Give kids a Secret Service mission. Tell them for 1 week, they have to do something for someone else without blowing their cover. A fun, interactive way to get kids serving others.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
YES.Lay a world map over 3 canvas (foam core would be cheaper), cut into 3 pieces. Coat each canvas with Mod Podge and wrap the maps around them like presents. Let dry and hang on the wall about 2" away from each other. Then add pins to all the places you've been.
make these Christmas ornaments with foam balls, glitter and a cupcake wrapper!
embroidered felt tic-tac-toe. Great for play in the car
Make Your Own Stamps From Silicone & PlexiMaterials 1/8"-thick acrylic plexiglass; can be found at hardware stores X-Acto knife Metal ruler Silicone rubber caulking (clear); can be found at hardware stores Water-based paint Brayer Note: You can cut plexiglass to size by scoring a straight line several times using an X-Acto knife and metal ruler, and then placing the plexiglass on a table with the score line over the edge and snapping it in one quick motion.