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Mud Pie Meatballs
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June 20, 2018November 10, 2018

Mud Pie Meatballs

I have way too much fun teaching!  With summer break right around the corner, I wanted students to explore some classic childhood sensory activities.  Who doesn’t love making mud pies?  I always try to incorporate a book into many of my lessons. I have been wanting to use the book  “On Top of Spaghetti” by...

Sand pit Creation
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June 19, 2018November 10, 2018

Sand pit Creation

A whole town using just the materials around!  The book “Mattland” by Hazel Hutchins and Gail Herbert was the perfect book to spark student’s imagination for creating a town in the sand.  After reading, we headed outside to begin our sand pit creation.  We were working to create a town that included a structure of some kind built by...

Kids Music – Balloon Instruments
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June 12, 2018November 14, 2018

Kids Music – Balloon Instruments

I find that whenever I teach kids music, especially with instruments, it is always well received.  Kids love to play instruments!  Drums, rhythm sticks, and even bells.  I try, however, to incorporate the inquiry going on in the kindergarten classes that I cover prep for… and so we have balloon instruments!  We started off by talking about how anything...