Growing Hair! Too funny!- What a fun project! Loved it when my child brought this home from school! We kept it for months!!

Springtime Science with Seeds

Growing Hair! Too funny!- What a fun project! Loved it when my child brought this home from school! We kept it for months!!

Invitation To Create: Flower Garden. Open ended creative spring paper craft for kids. Great for fine motor development. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Invitation To Create- Flower Garden

Invitation To Create: Flower Garden. Open ended creative spring paper craft for kids. Great for fine motor development. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Inspired by the melted crayon art, I created this splatter paint project so I could talk to my Kindergarteners about the weather in the spring, "April showers bring May flowers!" They LOOOVED getting messy with the splatter paint. And the kids who don't consider themselves artists loved that they didn't have to touch their brush to their paper! Lots of fun!

Inspired by the melted crayon art, I created this splatter paint project so I could talk to my Kindergarteners about the weather in the spring, "April showers bring May flowers!" They LOOOVED getting messy with the splatter paint. And the kids who don't consider themselves artists loved that they didn't have to touch their brush to their paper! Lots of fun!

Make a Pop Bottle Ecosystem to show illustrate how the animals, plants, and non-living things in an environment all affect one another. Also includes a lesson on responsibility.

Make a Pop Bottle Ecosystem to show illustrate how the animals, plants, and non-living things in an environment all affect one another. Also includes a lesson on responsibility.

Literacy Activity This game is easy to make!! It has 4 simple steps. 1. Buy the bugs at Target for 1 dollar!!! 2. Print the WHO AM I cards. 3. Glue the completed WHO AM I cards to the back of the blank ones! 4. Have your students read and determine which bugs go with which clues!

Literacy Activity This game is easy to make!! It has 4 simple steps. 1. Buy the bugs at Target for 1 dollar!!! 2. Print the WHO AM I cards. 3. Glue the completed WHO AM I cards to the back of the blank ones! 4. Have your students read and determine which bugs go with which clues!

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