Make a Reading Tent. How to build a play teepee. | The New Home Ec

Make a Reading Tent. How to build a play teepee. | The New Home Ec

supposed to be the best....This is the BEST BEST BEST play dough recipe you will ever find. The recipe on this link is for a small batch - here is the classroom size batch, and we use a bit of baby oil in it as well to add a really smooth and soft texture.  Parents rotate and bring us new play dough every week.  The recipe: 4 cups water, 4 cups flour, 1 cup salt, 2 tablespoons cooking oil, 4 teaspoons cream of tartar, food coloring.  Combine ingredients. Cook, stirring constantly, until most…

supposed to be the best....This is the BEST BEST BEST play dough recipe you will ever find. The recipe on this link is for a small batch - here is the classroom size batch, and we use a bit of baby oil in it as well to add a really smooth and soft texture. Parents rotate and bring us new play dough every week. The recipe: 4 cups water, 4 cups flour, 1 cup salt, 2 tablespoons cooking oil, 4 teaspoons cream of tartar, food coloring. Combine ingredients. Cook, stirring constantly, until most…

How cool! I envy any child who can play in a fort as fantastic as this. You can make one for your kids using only PVC pipes and blankets. I bet you and your kids will have lots of fun with it.   I was able to dig up the …

How to Use PVC Pipe Build A Playhouse or Fort

How cool! I envy any child who can play in a fort as fantastic as this. You can make one for your kids using only PVC pipes and blankets. I bet you and your kids will have lots of fun with it. I was able to dig up the …

 Brilliant! It's a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it. Great way to teach cardinal directions in the classroom!

Brilliant! It's a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it. Great way to teach cardinal directions in the classroom!

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