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Adjective Flower Craft for Kids

adjective flower. Could be used for a character study as well!

Each student comes up and picks a stick out of my hand; they have to place the word in the right cup. Then, after all sticks have been sorted, students can choose one stick from each cup and create a sentence using all three words. A great informal assessment!

Animal habitats bulletin board. Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat. This will be a great way to display students artwork!

Many teachers are familiar with the idea of a “Word Graveyard,” where we retire overused words like fun and good. This budget-friendly display uses McDonald’s fry containers and yellow strips of construction paper to give students an interactive way to continually view and add new synonyms for “overcooked” words. Don’t worry …

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Practice Paint Sample Storytelling Activity

Paint Chip Story. Paint samples often have unique and interesting names such as Western Sand, Beach Basket, and Mermaid Tear. These names make the perfect story-starters to inspire creative storytelling. Have kids choose five color samples with intriguing names to write a story from. (MY APOLOGIES TO HOME DEPOT, ONCE AGAIN) :-)

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5 homemade busy bags for preschoolers

paint chip color-matching activity ~ Simply grab two matching paint chips, cut one up and glue each color to a clothespin while keeping the other intact. The idea is to mix them all up and then hand them over to your kiddo to match up again.

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Clever Back to School Bulletin Board Ideas

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