Ice Cream in a Bag - More Than a Worksheet
Are you still looking for a fun last-day-before-break activity? Here is one of my favorites. In fact, I wasn’t much of a classroom party planner, so I would do this instead of a winter party with my third graders. It was a hit every year! And it was much easier to contain excited kiddos than when I would try to [...]
As a toddler teacher, one of my favorite inexpensive toys to make is the sensory bottle: a plastic bottle (usually from water, Voss is my favorite brand, based on bottle shapes) filled an interesting material. They come in two varieties: shakers, which are full loud materials. These are great for safely playing with choking…
How To Of The Day: How To Build A Milk Jug Igloo - Common Sense Evaluation
MThis fun project really is recycling at its finest. It’s wintertime and extremely cold in many areas of the country right now. Well with this educational project, you can embrace the cold, have fun with the kids (this would be an excellent project for a classroom),
Treasure Hunt Sand Toy - Dig sift and find buried coins jewels and gems. Sensory bin
This themed sand toy kit includes gems, coins, jewels and a sand sifter. Bury the treasures in your sensory bin, sand table or sandbox and kids can dig or sift the play sand to find the buried treasure! Count and compare their finds and sort by color. How many jewel shapes are there? Which color is the most popular?