Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients1 cup conditioner (cheaper the better) 2  cups cornflour/cornstarch Glitter (optional)

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients: 1 cup conditioner (cheaper the better), 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch, glitter (optional). This is awesome! I was just thinking about affordable gluten-free play dough.

Former teacher makes wonderful toddler learning packets that you can download for FREE! Includes printables, snack suggestions, songs, rhymes, and more that all correlate with a given theme. #MommySchool

Former teacher makes wonderful toddler learning packets. Includes printables, snack suggestions, songs, rhymes, and more that all correlate with a given theme.

Alphabet museum. Collections of found objects beginning with each letter.

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Alphabet museum: Inspired by Montessori alphabet boxes. Imagine the buzz when your students come into the classroomroom and discover a new item in the museum, or two items that have switched places overnight . excitement in learning!

make rain clouds in your kitchen and other color mixing activities

Kitchen Science: Making Rain Clouds

Brew up some mighty rain clouds from the comfort of your kitchen with this science experiment for kids! Learn how with "Modern Parents Messy Kids".

My kids loved this! Water balloon math game .

Water Balloon Game { Learning After School

Water balloon math game - would be a fun way to practice math facts this summer!

Flying Ghost Rockets- these rockets fly high into the air. FUN Fall Science kids love

Flying Ghost Rockets- these rockets fly high into the air. FUN Fall Science kids love We are gonna do snowman rockets though!

Make magic mud from a potato - this is too cool!!!

Make Magic Mud From A Potato, edible, you can also make your own potato starch.and eat the tatoes too! This is incredible. I can make corn starch now, too!

Teach States of Matter Using Orange Juice and Baking Soda - Tastes like Orange…

Teach States of Matter Using Orange Juice and Baking Soda - Tastes like Orange Soda!

Learning Lab Resources: Teach States of Matter Using Orange Juice and Baking Soda - Tastes like Orange Soda!

112.14 b5B: the student is expected to describe and classify samples of matter…

Use this experiment at the end of the week when dicussing mixtures! This is a really yummy way to teach Matter, teaching matter with root beer floats!Common Core & So Much More!


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