Rainy Day Boredom Buster: DIY Story in a Bag
We are starting to pull out some old standby activities for the upcoming stretch of indoor activities we will inevitably need. While giving our son’s closet a much needed overhaul, we repurposed some of those “treasures” that needed a new reason for being by making a few Story Bags.OK, so maybe the top photo doesn’t look like much of a transformation but after dredging through the heap of tiny toy-thingys we were able to make much better use of many of the items.
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Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.
Language Arts Ideas!
In this post there are a lot of wonderful ideas for the teaching of Language Arts. I have tried to put in some ideas for the older kids. I am sure you can add these to your already teeming imagination. Egg Twisters! Sorting Sticks
I Made It: The Student Tracker Board
I got a lot of comments on my last post about this lovely board I made for my classroom: Ok so I totally got this idea from Pinterest but I can't find the pin now! Aaaggh! So if you pinned this originally please let me know so I can give you credit! Here's my quick and easy tutorial! Materials Needed: - cookie sheet (I got mine at walmart but you could use a dollar store one too) - round magnets (again from walmart, they come in a pack of 50) - hot glue gun and sticks - pretty ribbon…