The fruit of spirit craft...You could make it into anything...the color song purple..p u r p l e grapes on a vine..etc... or shapes(circles) etc... we used large marshmallows and the grape scented paint i made...Kids loved it..made my room smell yummy!
It was kind of a happy accident in which the ingredients were all just kind of sitting right beside each other and I decided to mix them together. We were just going to finger paint with purple paint, then I had the Kool-aid out from a few of our other activities from Purple Week so I mixed that in with the paint, and then I saw that our purple sand sensory bin was close by so I grabbed some sand and mixed it in as well. The result was fantastic!
Paper Apples- use different length paper strips (each "1 shorter than the other); staple in place; then fold strip of brown around top of "apple"; punch hole through leaf and stem and use brad to hold in place. My 7 yr old helped me make these with no problem!
Students will learn their sight words and their colors using this sight word book. Students can color and read their very own book -perfect for literary centers. This digital copy includes two copies of the sight word book: one in color and one in black and white that students can color. Sight words used include I, see, one, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink, grey, hat.