patricia whiting

patricia whiting

patricia whiting
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adorable student survey (back to school!) Pencils and Magic Wands                                                                                                                                                                                 More

First Days of School // Student Interest Survey. I like this concept, though I would add more E/LA-based questions -- including genre based questions, process based questions, self assessment/ability based questions, etc.

walnut stain, then paint, then sand, then stain again

DIY: Paint Stain Furniture Finish - very easy tutorial on how to get this finish. She paints over stain then stains again! I never would have thought to do that! For my kitchen table!

Classy Clutter: Staining Wood 101

Classy Clutter: Staining Wood 101 - I love the idea of painting this white and staining the top! This would be a great idea for the sweater chest I have in the attic!

You are under no obligation to be the same person you were a year, a month, or even 15 minutes ago. You have the right to grow.

You are under no obligation to be the same person you were a year, a month, or even 15 minutes ago. You have the right to grow. No apologies.

Personalize your classroom by painting the ceiling tiles -- but only if your school permits it!

Personalize your classroom by assigning students to paint the ceiling tiles with famous artwork -- but only if your school permits it!

This entry was posted in ages 3-5, Mad Science, Recipes for Play Newer Post Older Post Home 5 comments:  AmandaFebruary 22, 2015 at 11:55 AM This looks so fun! Question: is it hard to clean up afterward? I'd love to try it, but we live in apartments and can't stain the sidewalks.  Reply Replies  Allison SonnierFebruary 22, 2015 at 1:43 PM As long as you use washable paints and spray it down before it dries, it should be fine. We've never had an issue with staining. However, to be safe I…

Exploring color theory with baking soda and vinegar eruptions - simple science for kids!