Quick & Easy Kids Halloween Crafts & Activities - Over the Big Moon
These Kids Halloween Crafts and Activities are perfect for Halloween and for kids of all ages - some require craft suppies and others are printable!
* Kid's Science - Exploring Hand Bones Glove Project
(Pardon E's wicked Gnat bite over her right eye) So we finished up our Me on the Map week, talking about bones and how floppy we'd be without them! I introduced the girls to an experiment we used for "E"s Doctor-themed birthday party a few years ago. I made two "hands" out of surgical gloves. I filled one with flour. That was our floppy, "boneless" hand. Then, I filled the other glove with flour and popsicle stick "bones" You could also use a rubber dish washing glove. "C" feeling the…
What's in your sand table? . . . diggin' for nonsense bones and a freebie. - Differentiated Kindergarten
There is nothing better than a sand table . . . unless it’s two sand tables. Right now in my class I’m using my normal sand table and a make shift sand table that’s actually a short sided plastic storage container that you would slide under a bed but it’s the perfect size if you …
Pin a Bowtie on the Skeleton Game - Paging Supermom
Remember our felt Pin the Heart on the Skeleton game from a few years ago? He’s SO cute, but we ... Read morePin a Bowtie on the Skeleton Game
Dinosaur Bones Skeleton Craft Activity
Here's a great looking cut and paste craft activity about dinosaurs. Cut out the pieces from the template, glue them together on a piece...
Making Yummy Funny Bones
I found this recipe in Family Fun Magazine this week and had to try it out! Last night we made these simple and YUMMY Halloween treats. I just love that great sweet and salty combo! First, press marshmallows on both ends of the pretzel sticks. Next, melt white chocolate discs in the microwave and then dip in the pretzel sticks. Use a fork to remove them from the white chocolate. Watch your kids gobble up these sweet treats! Enjoy!
Playdough Mats to Support Teaching on Funnybones
How does this resource excite and engage children's learning? A set of colourful playdough mats to accompany this story. Just laminate to create re-useable playdough mats!