Homeschooling


Homeschooling

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Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

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cheese balls in plastic icing bags tied with green ribbon = carrots!

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White Chocolate Hand Dipped Marshmallow Suckers

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free printable from Beth Proudfoot

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Epic!!!!

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Juice Box Robot: The arms... break a pretzel rod in half, wrap in saran-wrap with enough space between the halves to hang over the sides of the juice box. Tape the center of the saran-wrap to the box. Hot-glue the applesauce head and mini boxes of raisins as feet. Tape the spoon antenna on the back of the applesauce cup. Use whatever eyes you like. Perfect for a robot party snack..

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Interesting!...Make Your Own Glitter out of Tin Foil! Need: * Baking Pan * Tin Foil * 1/4 cup of salt * 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring * Preheat an oven to 350 degrees. Directions: * Mix 1/4 cup of salt with a 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring in a small bowl until the salt is uniformly colored. * Spread the mixture out in an even layer on a foil-lined baking sheet. * Bake in the oven for ten minutes. Allow your homemade glitter to cool before using it. NOTE: * You may also store it in an air tight container for several months. * This glitter can be used for almost any type of project and may even be mixed with glue for special crafts.

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Interesting!...Make Your Own Glitter out of Tin Foil! Need: * Baking Pan * Tin Foil * 1/4 cup of salt * 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring * Preheat an oven to 350 degrees. Directions: * Mix 1/4 cup of salt with a 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring in a small bowl until the salt is uniformly colored. * Spread the mixture out in an even layer on a foil-lined baking sheet. * Bake in the oven for ten minutes. Allow your homemade glitter to cool before using it. NOTE: * You may also store it in an air tight container for several months. * This glitter can be used for almost any type of project and may even be mixed with glue for special crafts.

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FREE!! Every teacher and parent needs to sign up for this!! It assesses, tests, and keeps the student accountable!! And did I mention FREE!!!

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peroxide + baking soda + mountain dew = nick will LOVE this!

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Spiral: Multiplication board game (3rd grade)

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Awesome ecosystem idea.

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Fun school stuff.

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