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You will need:Paper Plates (You can buy black plates or paint them with black paint.)White Paper CirclesGoogly EyesBlack PomsBlack Construction Paper (For the tear-out ears and whiskers.)Red PaintStaples (To attach the ears and the hat.)Glue (To attach the white circle face, eyes, nose and whiskers.)The Hat Pattern Below (Copying on white cardstock paper works best.)

from Frugal Fun For Boys

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

I like the hidden minutes, perfect for consolidating the dual aspect of the clock. Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

from Blogging Mom of 4

Mini Pancakes using Muffin Tins

Pancake Bites - great idea for a road trip breakfast! | I need to try this sometime!

After reading Seuss's Apples Up On Top, have students create their name apples on top of their first day photo. If you use 3 different colors you can teach an ABCABC pattern, as well as that science fact. There's also a graphing extension for how many letters students have in their name. FREE templates.

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Circular Seasons and Months Chart/Calendar

Printable Chart for display or project for students allowing a visual of what months are in what seasons. An arrow moves to show not only what month you are in but also what season. Printable pages come in color for quick assembly or black and white to allow students to color and decorate themselves.