Archive for the ‘Fall’ Category

Scary Stations!

Here are some ideas for for a Halloween Party! Use Dry Ice to make a cool cauldron! Sight Word Bingo Match Pictures Writing center: Making Spiders Use parts of an egg carton, color black with a marker and add pipe cleaners and goggly eyes. Ghost Bowling: Cover bowling pins with fabric or tissue paper, add…

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Meet Skeleton!

Meet Skeletoni!! A cool science/art Halloween activity to do is to talk about body parts while creating your own skeleton out of PASTA!! Credit to Tiffany Mahaney for the awesome idea!  

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Bees make apples??

A great fun interactive lesson for you to do with your students is to talk about pollination! Not every bees that go to a flower is pollinating. Show the kids how hard it is to pollinate a flower.  The bees passing through a flower might happen to pollinate that flower. Materials: Popsicle sticks, small sticky…

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Apples, Apples, Apples

September is known for it’s apples! Help the kids understand that apples don’t just come from the grocery store. Math is a good time to do this activity. It involves voting and simply graphing. :-) I bought a jar of apple butter, a jug of apple cider, some red, yellow and green apples, and some…

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Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar ?

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? This is a great book to read with your students and it also helps them to learn their own name and the names of their other classmates. Write out the following lines on sentence strips: “Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?” “________ stole the cookie…

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