Magnetic Puzzles - stick a little magnet onto the back of each puzzle piece, then put together the puzzle on a cookie sheet! Great way to keep from losing puzzle pieces, easy clean-up, and great for car trips!
idea for car rides with future children: Road trip clips: One clip for each kid. If they are sweet, clip stays up, if they are not, clip comes down. Everyone with a clip on the visor gets a treat at the next stop.
DIY Road Trip Travel Trays: small cookie sheets from dollar store + chalkboard paint.for coloring, buy magnetic clip to hold papers and glue magnets to back of crayon/chalk box, chalk race car track, magnetic letters, etc.
Popsicle Stick Puzzles - An easy storage idea is a plastic baggy. These puzzles would be great to put in a diaper bag or purse to pull-out when you’re on-the-go and need a quiet activity! Could also add the little magnets to the back for fridge fun.
I picked up two cookies sheets at the dollar store and spray painted them with Krylon Chalk Board paint. race track magnetic coloring board magnet fun car busy buddy toddler kid craft summer play For the kids.
Even experienced teachers need to read this. Practicing procedures and routines to mastery! This is gold. Do this technique for any procedure, it works! The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules, procedures and standards in your classroom!
Good to reference for day/week of school: LOADS of classroom procedures to teach at the beginning of the school year.mostly elementary but some good reminders of things my middle school kids still need to know/hear