Cardboard Pizza Making
This was an impromptu craft project that kind of evolved on the fly. I had a lot of kids over and they decided they wanted to play pretend P...
Walmart Ideas - Walmart.com
Healthy snacks can be fun snacks too! Find out how to make these super cute Peanut Butter Snails for a snack that will make even the toughest critic smile. Get all the ingredients for adorable kids snacks at Walmart.com.
Harvesting in the Carrot Patch
Although harvesting in the carrot patch is not as exciting as say pumpkins and apples. which we are seeing tons of because of the season, I thought this one was a rather fun activity and the kids passed almost an hour of play with it.
Foods with Seeds Science Investigation
Help preschoolers and kindergarteners discover which foods have seeds with this science investigation.
Teach How to Cut: The Lowdown on Scissors
Teaching kindergartners how to cut - quick resources for teachers. Here are some bright ideas to teach how to cut for the students that need it in your classroom - be it with just a few students or as a whole group lesson. Along with teaching basics, often we need to teach students how to cut at the beginning of the school year. I highly recommend teaching how to use scissors and how to cut just as we teach other simple things like restroom procedures! It's a kindergarten teacher's secret…
Relief Sculpture - Grade 6
This is my pizza project that I did with some of my 6th grade classes. Each student created their own slice of pizza from a paper mache constructed form. They were encouraged to bring in recycled material to use for this project. Designing emphasis was on the principles of art. Students chose which principle they wanted to showcase on their pizza slice. I think they are more fabulous in person, but it was such a fun project I wanted to share it. There are so many variations you could do on…
A Fun Freebie....For a Fun Reason!
My one year Blogiversary is coming up (next week actually!) I have a fun giveaway planned with donations from over 25 FABULOUS bloggers and TPT sellers. I can't wait to get it started! BUT. . . since it's not officially one year yet I thought I'd start celebrating a little early by offering a FREEBIE. . . a gift from me to you! My kids had a lot of fun with this little project this week. I started by reading them a predictable story about cereal: After several days of reading the story…
Make Believe: The Drawing Chef
The benefits of Make Believe play are huge! This play idea is so simple, requiring only crayons and paper plates and will provide hours of fun!