Cookie Sheets re-purposed for magnetic boards, task trays, marble painting, workspace confinement, craft pieces containment, etc.
DIY magnetic craft sticks
An early literacy activity for preschoolers. A cookie sheet and magnetic letters. Photo by Kathleen Intile
Learning to write your name is so much more fun when you write in Cream of Wheat in a cookie sheet!
Use these printables with the magnetic pom-poms. Place on a cookie sheet and your toddler can fill them up!
craft sorting sticks with t.p. tubes.
Colored popsicle sticks to practice forming shapes and cards to replicate patterns!
Foam sheets cut in cookie-cutter shapes, decorated with puffy paint. Play baking-Christmas-cookies!
How to Make a Blessings Jar
Adding and Subtraction practice with beads and pipe cleaners! Kids have fun with "rainbow" colors and manipulating the beads!
Your kids will have fun recording their memories from this year's school with these free last day of school interview printables!
Pipe cleaners with numbers on top to allow kids to count out and place the proper number of beads on each one!
7 Reasons why I use a Behavior Notebook for classroom management and documentation. Detailed explanation and FREE Printable. Read more about why this is a great practice to add to your daily routine. Go to: savvyscaffolds.bl...-
today is a new day. be the change you wish to see in the world.
Foam shape cuts outs placed on construction paper to make a larger picture/design.
Use these links to learn about shapes and then provide cards with patterns to help them link them together in the proper or!der
Self correcting reading cards. Cut out pictures with a couple of word choices on the side. Kids slide the paper clip over the correct word and then turn it over to see if the paper clips lines up with correct choice which is written on the back.