Step by step instructions for how to make glue sponges...and save your sanity!  Great post!

How Glue Sponges Saved My Sanity

I am here today to spread the gospel of the glue sponge! If you haven’t fallen in love with glue sponges yet, then I’m guessing you haven’t tried them!

How Glue Sponges Saved My Sanity

To make a glue sponge: Put sponge into plastic container and squirt glue to cover sponge well. Put lid on and leave overnight. all glue will be soaked into the sponge. Dab to acquire glue.

I've wanted to make glue sponges in my classroom for a long time. This DIY post explains how to make and how to use glue sponges.

How Glue Sponges Saved My Sanity

12 Glue Sponges Tutorials - Every Detail Explained - afraid to ditch the glue sticks? try this - Teach Junkie

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How Glue Sponges Saved My Sanity: Interesting and novel idea! Check this out if you dislike glue sticks as much as me!

glue sponge: cut sponge to fit container, pour on glue.  Students dab paper onto sponge, rather than squeeze glue onto paper.

The Glue Sponge: Cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in. You can just tap you items on the top of the sponge for a thin, even coat of glue - no more puddles!

How to Make a Glue Sponge you need: ◾A shallow, tight sealing container ~ I found ours at the dollar store.  Make sure that it is about the size of your sponge and not too deep. ◾Regular household cleaning sponge ◾Elmer’s glue ~ really any white school glue will work, I just love Elmer’s ◾a few drops of Tea Tree Oil ~ optional, but will help keep bacterial from growing on your sponge.

How to Make a Glue Sponge

How to make a glue sponge ~ no more messy glue bottles. Pour 2 oz in bottom of container, 2 oz on top. Drops of tea tree oil keep it from growing mildew.

I like the tips in these 12 Glue Sponges Tutorials where Every Detail is Explained. This will totally work in my classroom next year!

12 Glue Sponges Tutorials - Every Detail Explained

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