Bottle Caps ABCs Activities - Alphabetize: have your child put the caps in alphabetical order * Spell Your Name, Alphabet Sorts: curvy and straight tall and short, tails and no tails, vowels and consonants, in my name and not in my name, Short vowel words, the magic 'e', and many more learning games that are fun for your child using these alphabet bottle caps!
This is what I teach my kindergartener's their first week in art. The cap is the hat that keeps the ink in. If we take it off, it dries up. If we snap it on and wait for the "click" sound, we will have a happy marker! If we have happy markers, we have happy artists!
Bottle Cap Multiplication - One student sees how many facts he can answer in one minute, one student times, and one student checks the answers inside the caps. A favorite for three years now with my kiddos! http://flapjackeducationalresources.blogspot.com/2011/11/math-facts-bottle-cap-recycling.html
This Limited Edition, of "The World" series, is dedicated to the Russian Empire. The end of the cap is dominated by two lions "gifts," while the barrel displays four medallions illustrating events of the Patriotic War of 1812, a mythological image, and the so-called shield of victory. The "Russian Empire" is made of precious black vegetable resin, enamel, and this particular pen is appointed in 18kt gold, and has the exquisite OMAS XF nib. One day maybe mine! :)
I think saying is my favorite of all the caps I've seen. It captures how you feel about your college years and it's Pooh :-). You started preschool with a Winnie the Pooh backpack. How appropriate to end college with a Pooh Bear quote! Nice bookends to your school years.
At 30m below sea level, off the Cap d’Antibes, lies the remains of a underwater miniature French town complete with houses and buildings up to 1m high. The aquatic town was built between in 1965 by French filmmakers who wanted to shoot parts of their movie, L’Enfant et la Sirène, on a real underwater film set. The ambitious underwater filming approach was abandoned for animation. Unfortunately, the film-a musical directed by Sylver Néjad Atzamba-never came out and the set was left on the…