Cute Classroom Inspiration – Shaunna Page from Payson, Utah
Shaunna Page is from a small town called Payson, Utah. This is her 6th year of teaching. She has taught 2nd grade until this year when she moved down to 1st grade. Shaunna started cartooning at an early age and is in the process of creating her own website to sell her original artwork. I […]
Wool Playscapes are suitable for all ages (unless your young ones like to nibble wool!) and vary in size from small enough to cover an airplane tray table for travel to my largest so far at 85cm to...
Ring of Fire (Volcanoes) Classroom Display Photo
A super Ring of Fire (Volcanoes) classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!
Make A Volcano Project - How Things Work
Basic Earth Science Projects For Kids How to make a volcano? Hurl cosmic material into space, have it collect into a planet sized object (like earth for example), put it in orbit around a sun, give it a few million years for the surface to cool to a hard crust, and poof – you…
Throw a DIY Dinosaur Birthday Party: Part 1 | Melissa & Doug Blog
Find out how to throw your own dinosaur birthday party for your kids with these great ideas for decorating and more from the Melissa & Doug Blog. Melissa & Doug
Week #16 - Four Types of Volcanoes!
Wonderful Wednesday's today we worked on a project involving labeling, painting and adding effects like smoke or snow to 4 different volcano types to go with our Science for this week. The pictures don't do it justice on how cute/good these turned out with the kids. We also had a little Mesoamerica feel going on with the kids outfits/hats! :) So here is what I did to make them.... First I went to BJ's to get their boxes that hold the orange juice (they're tall on the sides but lower in the…