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Don't forget President's Day! It's on Monday. You could make a pretzel log cabin to mark the occasion. Click for directions, plus 16 more cool ideas!

CraigslistDadfrom CraigslistDad

Repurpose Cardboard Boxes into Kid Crafts/Toys!

Zach would go nuts for this cardboard car! Awesome Cardboard Crafts; love just using imagination play time

Tortilla teepees. I made these every year with my class. Cut tortilla in half. Paint with food colors. Wrap into shape and adhere with toothpick. Stick pretzel sticks int frosting and insert int top opening.

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Presidents' Day Log Cabin

For Presidents' Day, render Abraham Lincoln's fabled log cabin in miniature, complete with pretzel logs, cracker shingles, and peanut-butter mortar. This is an easy and great project for kids!


Popsicle Stick Log Cabin Activity

Kids entranced by Little House on the Prairie? This popsicle stick "log cabin" is a great introduction to pioneer history.

Butterfly Snacks....perfect for summer treats for kids! (celery, cream cheese, pretzels)

This is seriously genius. Put any famous people's pictures in the Guess Who game and it's a great study tool for kids!

Rustic log cabin gingerbread house. Using pretzels and similar. The trees are made stacking icecream cones to make large or small trees. A log cabin house would be yummy made with flake chocolate logs!

My son Andrew needs something like this for Monday, American Revolution play also. (Christopher is doing the walk through the american revolution presentation. This is his powdered wig. It's cotton ball and a baseball cap :)

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FamilyFun's Treat of the Month

Presidential Sweets: Pay tribute to a patriotic pair on Presidents' Day with these easy-to-assemble cookies.

Teacher Binder for next year (lesson plans, calendar, parent communication, assessment data, professional dev. log, etc.) I REALLY need to organize my binder like this!