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Icebreaker for Kids
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August 30, 2018November 8, 2018

Icebreaker for Kids

I love playing bingo games with young kids.  However, I sometimes struggled to find ones that preschool aged children can independently play.  I wanted to try one as an icebreaker for kids during the first week of school.  Since I teach a lot of science, I made this ‘Senses Bingo’ filled with everything children may...

Clay Animals – Racoon
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August 26, 2018August 26, 2018

Clay Animals – Racoon

I am so happy with how these clay animals turned out!   I am going to be presenting “The Kissing Hand” by Audrey Penn to my kindergarten classes in a few weeks (as a story play).  I was having a lot of trouble finding or making raccoon figures.  I decided to try Crayola Model Magic grey clay.  I...

Mask Making for kids
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August 18, 2018November 10, 2018

Mask Making for kids

I remember in elementary school creating face masks from plaster cloth.  I remember the experience very clearly and loved the mask that I made.  Today my kids were interested in making a mask.  However, they didn’t like the idea of their face being covered, which I understand.  So, instead of putting the paster directly on...

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