How To Make Homemade Snowflake Slime Recipe with Video
You stick out your tongue, close your eyes, and tilt your head up to the sky as big fat snowflakes start to fall. Let it snow, let it snow! That's what my son has been saying for the last month now. I'm ok with waiting a little longer before I see the flakes fly. Whether you love or hate snow or live somewhere where there will never be snow, you can still learn how to make homemade snowflake slime recipe with the kids! Making slime is an awesome winter indoor activity. HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE…
Catching Snowflakes Counting Cards
FREE printable Catching Snowflakes Counting Cards 1-12 to use during January and your winter theme to practice counting, numbers, and 1:1 correspondence with this super simple math center for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten at home or in school!
Rockin' with The Five Little Snowmen song and song chart - Classroom Freebies
Hop on your sled and pick up Five Little Snowmen song and song chart at A Teacher’s Touch. You Might Also Like:We the PeopleNothing To Do! (An End of the Year Freebie)Summer Picture Prompts for Your Writing LessonsIf I was Principal writing
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Ezra Jack Keats Snowy Day Lesson Ideas for kindergarten Books, videos, reading lessons, math activities, and more! Fun crafts and center resources are also included. Your students will love learning about snow.
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White Fluffy Slime Recipe
Even if the weather isn't calling for snow outdoors, you can make your own fluffy snow indoors! Plus, this recipe for snow isn't nearly as cold, and you don't need mittens to handle it. Our fluffy snow slime is one of our favorite winter slime recipes we love to make. It's a slime addiction! HOW TO MAKE WHITE FLUFFY SNOW SLIME! WINTER SLIME Kick off the winter slime making season with a fun theme the kids will LOVE, snow! Science is full of cool ways to create including these homemade snow…
Weekly Round-Up: January 12
Hi friends! I'm sharing some ideas from our first week of 2018! I hope you can use some of these ideas! 1. NEW YEAR FIREWORK PAINTING I got this idea from @teachingspecialthinkers on Instragram. All you need is some black construction paper, gold and silver paint and a toilet paper roll with slits cut in all around it. Students were invited to make fireworks with the toilet paper roll and trace and glue the "Happy New Year!" sheet at the bottom. You can grab this printable for FREE by…