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I spy bottles with photos attached for the non-readers. Made with rainbow rice(food coloring and rubbing alcohol or 4 squirts of hand sanitizer and some drops of food coloring,,,mix this together in a ziploc bag then allow to dry!)

Perfect for those days when you have 7 minutes left at the end of the period - quick, easy, fun, can be used for all levels, and easy to do in the target language. Would be great with a Smart Board, but will work without one too.

DIY I Spy bottle game. Uncooked rice + small pieces. Fun for kids and a cute themed decoration (Christmas, July 4th) around the house too.

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First day project: Friend Tree. Everyone puts their thumb print on the tree then teacher later frames it and hangs it as a reminder that we are all friends.

This inexpensive gift idea is for the kids and maybe the young at heart too! I decided to make some I Spy Ornaments. My kids have the books ...

Not only would this be a blast for the kids to play with, but I think they would have a great time helping to construct it!

I spy christmas ornament - made these for Ella Claire's class in 2012, great project for a 4 year old to do with you

Here's what you need to put one of these together: Plastic Center-splitting ornament Plastic Filler Pellets 8-10 Miniature Christmas Items Ribbon Paper Tag **All of these things can be found at most craft stores-even Wal-mart!**

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"I Spy" Nativity Ornament - use the clear bead filler instead. (Tiny nativity figures originally came from Michael's.) This would be cute for Easter too. - Use a mini cross, donkey, palm leaf - Kind of like the Ressurection Eggs but in 1 ornament or I spy bag.