Thanks reusable dry erasable pockets

Hi there! Thank you, thank you whoever created reusable dry erasable pockets! I’ve saved so much ink, paper and laminating pouches since I started using them that I decided to dedicate them a post. There’s a before and after this resource. No more printing and reprinting the same over and over, no more laminating playdough […]

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C is for Castle

Hi there! I called this stem activity “C is for Castle” and it comes with tons of fun at low cost. Even zero if you happen to have the materials at home.  Materials: -empty box (I used one coffee cup box. You’ll see why.) -paper towel/toilet paper rolls (centers) -scissors /cutter -glue gun -white glue […]

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Fish bowl craft

Hi there! Our fish bowl project was an unexpected hit! We did this in a rush, one of those “coming underprepared, what do I do now, kind of day” and the children liked it so much that I decided to share it. As you can see is very simple, very few things you need.   […]

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Sponge painting wall art

Children loved the sensory component of this process art project. They took their time squishing the sponges, talking about how the textures felt and the different prints you could get. The result is quite pleasant as you can see! Materials: -kitchen sponges of different textures -paint in different colors -paper plates -large canvas or white […]

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Under the sea sensory table

Hi there! There are many cool things to do about ocean/water/sea theme! This one was really fun to try! It can be a little bit messy but it’s well worth the cleaning just to see those faces full of excitement and joy. Materials: sensory table or large bin sea shells and/or toy fish colorful water […]

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Solar System Sensory Board

Hi there! We did this project for our study of the Solar System. The kids enjoyed it so much, they still stop at the hall with their parents and point to their planet! For this Sensory Solar System, you’ll need the following materials: -Ziplock bags (a large one) -one black presentation board (or a white […]

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Sea craft for the classroom

Hi there!   I’m very excited to share one of the crafts we did for our under the sea theme. The kids had tons of fun doing this project!   You’ll need: -box -cutter -toilet paper rolls (the center) -scissors -glue -pipe cleaners -pom poms -googly eyes -paint in different colors -paintbrushes -clips/small craft sticks […]

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