Take popsicle sticks...put velcro dots on both sides at both ends. Kids can make endless shapes and letters with the sticks.

Take popsicle sticks...put velcro dots on both sides at both ends. Kids can make endless shapes and letters with the sticks.

The Settle Down Jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom. :) Maybe a blue one for boys, pink for the ladies!

The Settle Down Jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom. :) Maybe a blue one for boys, pink for the ladies!

Awesome Halloween mystery box-  * Eyeballs: peeled grapes or olives * Tongue: banana peel or canned green chili (whole) * Intestines: spaghetti (with a splash of vegetable oil to keep them flexible) * Teeth: candy corn, corn nuts or broken pieces of chalk * Fingers: cocktail wieners (cut off one end) * Bones: chicken bones, cleaned and dried * Hair: bean sprouts or wet yarn * Heart: peach half (canned) * Ear: dried apricot * Skin: square cut from a flour tortilla, brushed with oi...

Halloween Party for Kids

Awesome Halloween mystery box- * Eyeballs: peeled grapes or olives * Tongue: banana peel or canned green chili (whole) * Intestines: spaghetti (with a splash of vegetable oil to keep them flexible) * Teeth: candy corn, corn nuts or broken pieces of chalk * Fingers: cocktail wieners (cut off one end) * Bones: chicken bones, cleaned and dried * Hair: bean sprouts or wet yarn * Heart: peach half (canned) * Ear: dried apricot * Skin: square cut from a flour tortilla, brushed with oi...

Last year I did this fun note writing activity with my students and they are still talking about it this year! During the month of February, they get to write nice notes to each other {when they finish their work}. At the end of the day, when we pass the notes out, they are so touched at the nice things their classmates say about them. This activity will definitely build classroom unity among your students.

Last year I did this fun note writing activity with my students and they are still talking about it this year! During the month of February, they get to write nice notes to each other {when they finish their work}. At the end of the day, when we pass the notes out, they are so touched at the nice things their classmates say about them. This activity will definitely build classroom unity among your students.

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