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Teaching Crafts

Teaching Crafts

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DIY Oscar-the-Grouch pinata ~ make the basic shape, then wrap green crepe paper around and around then fring it to look like fur. The face is just made from construction paper and glued on, and the trash can lid is an inverted tinfoil cake pan with a tinfoil handle that is glued on... so cute!

Tissue paper stained glass kites for kids

Love you to pieces!

LOVE this!!! Decorate a cheap lawn chair!

Using leftover Easter Egg Dye to dye clothes pins.

Give crazy straws to students as birthday presents! More fun than receiving another pencil and better than giving away candy!

Class stationary! Give each kid a post-it to draw their portrait and then make copies.

Photo bookmarks

"Challenge capsules" for students who finish early-- keep those high achievers moving. I love the choice/surprise element here. It makes it a privilege, not a punishment. If we make sure the activities aren't just more of the same, this is great idea!

8 easy DIY Father's Day gifts: handmade bookmark with photo #diy #crafty

DIY Bookmarks

Sculpture made from letters in student's names.

hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy!

they have to put the strips in order from shortest to longest then use a q-tip to add snow

alphabet ordering and it works on fine motor! Courtney Baker Moucka..more fun school ideas!

Finger Leg Puppets - with a free printable template

Confessions of a First Year Teacher Free daily 5 posters

Directions: How to make a Truffula tree from Dr. Seuss' "The Lorax." {Crafty-Craftiness - Blog}

I love this idea! Kids clip the pass to them and they never lose it!


these are made from the card board cases bottled water comes in. brilliant idea!

Add duct tape to pencils to keep them from disappearing :) Colors can match the color of the table. Easy to see where pencils belong and all tables have enough.

Class picture. LOVE!!!!!

End of the year gift!! Class photo collage of their potential professions. Or just do it every year for your child!

The mermaid hair is the child's handprint! The tail is their fingerprint!