Doodled and Tangled on a ceramic tile using an oil-based Sharpie. Spray with a coat of acrylic top coat for waterproofing, and add a cork squares or felt squares to the back to protect your furniture. Nailed it!!
THIS IS GENIUS! Use great critical reading strategies without copying the textbook! Students can keep a sheet protector in their notebook/binder to have ready in any class! Simply trim the side and bottom edge, leave three hole punched edge. Write with dry-erase markers, then wipe clean for the next 2-page spread
Frank Lloyd Wright, from Great American Artists for Kids. Bubble Window. American Artists for Kids book came through with a project using simple materials we had on hand. Clear contact paper Colored art tissue (Thanks to a stash from my daughter Amanda at Hearts and Trees!) Black Sharpie marker and/or black electrical tape Ruler or yardstick Scissors Circle templates (jar lids or cups worked well for us)…
"boxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold my remotes, chart markers, dry erase markers, erasers, and board clips." Love this from prekinders.com! Read more: http://prekinders.com/2011/09/inside-my-classroom/#ixzz1XZRfDSxK
Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Combine citrus/vinegar solution half/half with water and use for cleaning. Works on floors, tile, fixtures, etc. Smells good and is tough on scum! Best of all there are no chemicals.