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    Fill-in-the-blank penpal letter

    Divide in 2 teams. Objective: Pass sponge to your own team members. Winner: Sponge reaches last person first in shortest amount of time.

    The Playful Garden- Handprint S'mores (my kids are too old for this now, but could use chalks or oil pastels and do a lesson on how to draw a fire)

    Pop Bubbles! | 13 Outdoor Art Projects For Kids To Make

    4th of July nails. Cute and simple, not flashy. :)

    Dream Big Little One {Graduation FREEBIE in English and Spanish}

    FREE! Autograph book is a perfect activity for the end of the school year!

    After reading A House For A Hermit Crab by Eric Carle students made themselves into Hermit Crabs, complete with light up lantern fish. Activity reinforced listening and reading comprehension, story sequencing, fine motor control, and following directions.

    Glitter Sand Picutures

    Kindergarten Memory book

    draw silly hats on the sidewalk and take pictures ... summertime fun!

    Tie dye t-shirts.

    Easy to make homemade face paints that allow children to explore freely, get messy, and once play is over, the paint washes right off!

    Hang a tire swing in the backyard

    Chalk Butterfly drawings

    knock ping pong balls off golf tees with water guns -- we are so doing this one summer night!

    Watermelon Scissor Skills and Paper Plate Craft. Toddler version with torn paper:)

    Portable Kids' Water Wall

    Pool noodle ball toss. DIY gross motor games. Invite your friends over and set up a pool noodle ball toss and other pool noodles games! Simple and inexpensive fun for outdoors.

    Water Play for kids

    Homemade Toddler Game- Get Up & Move Dice. This fun game is easy to make and promotes exercise and creative movement.

    The ULTIMATE backyard bucket list!

    Back Yard Water Park 9 great for afternoon of elementary field day. (borrow horse tanks)

    Winslow Homer collages. The students painted paper, then cut out "waves" and glued onto blue paper. Scrapbook paper was used for the boats. Tin for the shark fins. Senior Kindergarten project.