Oh my goodness, It’s almost March. The year is flying by and spring is just around the corner. It’s also time for another Sharing Sunday with all of my blogging buddies over at the Primary Peach. So, when you get to the bottom of this post, be sure to check out all of the resources, […]
Pinterest did me in. I love all of the ideas I see on Pinterest. Some turn out. Some… let’s just go with not so much. I keep seeing all of these sensory bins and it inspired me to create my own for our lesson on arctic animals. I’m super excited about how this arctic animal […]
Groundhog’s Day, Dental Health Month, Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day…February really packs in the seasonal topics. With February being just a hop and a skip away, it’s time for another Sharing Sunday linky from all of the authors over at The Primary Peach. Be sure to check out all of the resources, ideas […]
Do you know a fun-loving kiddo who likes GAK, goo, and slime? Me too!
These cups of “Frankenslime” are so much fun! I’ll forewarn you though. My daughter nicknamed it “Farting Frankie” because you can make all sorts of fun noises with this goo, especially with the small ones. The kids loved that discovery! So…many…giggles!
Not only would these be really fun to make for a Halloween party, but you can also connect these little guys to science, writing, and reading.
*This post may contain affiliate links. Do you have a crafty kiddo who loves making things? I do! As we were studying rocks and minerals lately I came up with a twist on the classic play-dough Earth layers project. This project made our lesson so much fun. I can’t wait to share it with you. […]