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Paper Plate Apples

It’s that time of year…apple season! I have the PERFECT activity for teachers with busy schedules that want to fit a quick apple-themed craft into their day. Make paper plate apples! Materials needed: small paper plates (dessert size) red tempra paint paint brushes red glitter red and green construction paper

Recyle Wax Paper Waste into Beautiful Window Decorations

Hello everyone! If you recall, I recently posted a tutorial for creating pretty flowers out of decorated coffee filters. (If you missed that tutorial, you may want to check it out!) One of the waste products generated by the coffee filter flower project is a set of colored wax paper.

Coffee Filter Flowers Tutorial

Did you know you can make beautiful, full flowers with your students with coffee filters and pipe cleaners? It’s a very simple, inexpensive spring craft project that the kids will love! Supplies Needed markers coffee filters (1-4 per flower) spray water bottle wax paper pipe cleaner table liner Step 1:

Father’s Day Fingerprint Paintings

Father’s Day is nearly a month away, but it’s never too early to get started on a project for Dad (especially since my kiddos graduate in a week!) I realize nothing can top the precious Tea Party we hosted for Mother’s Day, but the fingerprint paintings we created in class

Countdown to Graduation

Graduation is right around the corner for my kinders! Today we had our first rehearsal for graduation day and we finished a super-cute graduation project. I saw the idea on Pinterest a few weeks ago and filed it in my brain to remember for the future and set out to

Placemats and Letters to Mom: More Projects for our Tea Party

This week we put finishing touches on some big projects. First, the kids wrote letters to their Moms. Remember the super-cute “Forever Bouquets” my kiddos made last week? We mounted the letters onto the back of each child’s handprint art project then laminated the finished product to create a lasting

Mother’s Day Forever Handprint Bouquet

This week we are working to learn a very sweet poem that we will recite for the Moms at our very special Mother’s Day Tea Party. It’s a poem about giving Mom a “forever bouquet” so the students are creating a flower project that will last forever. A few months

Personalized Paint Smocks

Every year my teaching partner and I put “paint smocks” on the Kindergarten supply list. We explain that it doesn’t have to be anything fancy (Dad’s old work shirt will do.) I’m sure you’re not surprised to hear that every year I have a few students that do not bring

Lenten Crosses for Kinders

Today my students made “stained glass” crosses to display in the windows. The crosses are perfect for Lent and the bright colors are perfect for SPRING! I have lots of bright colors in my classroom and these crosses were the perfect addition. The best thing about this project is that

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