THE GLUE SPONGE! ~~~ I cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in. Students can just tap their shapes on the top
Drink it up
Introducing.... THE GLUE SPONGE! You just cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue it, and the kids can just press their little cut-up
Drink it up
Work on Writing: Students write a story that is inspired by a cover. Cut the covers to fit on the fronts of folders, hot glue them on and
Use plastic cups to organize Christmas ornaments. Just glue the cups to pieces of cardboard that will find inside your plastic storage totes. This keeps all of your decorations organized and because you can stack two or three cups on top of each other, you can store more in your container.
What To Wear ideas
Follow the directions: Have the students color the shapes and glue them on the tree.
Straw rockets: the idea is very simple - cut two identical shapes from paper and glue them together around the edges. To launch just insert
I can't believer I did not think of this. Put a glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can
write with it.
So first, students draw some random shapes on a sheet of paper- I encourage them to be geometric, as it's just easier in the end. Encourage a variety of shapes and sizes.
art activities for kids
I used cable spools and painted the top with chalkboard paint! Students can draw the characters, setting, and beginning middle and end!
Cut out tie shapes and glue directly onto paper napkins. Cute!
THE GLUE SPONGE- This is brilliant. - seriously why didn't I know about this before?!
Design at Work
Marks and Spencers
Keep your favourite photo on this flower shaped key ring. Cut your chosen photo to fit or use a passport photo of you and your friends (approx photo size 34mm by 34mm). You may need an adult to help you cut the photo to size. To glue down remove the double sided tape and partially stick down the top of the flower shapes, aligning the holes. Next carefully position the photo in the centre, inside the framed area on the exposed double sided tape. £3.50
Christmas 3 for 2
This is a fun activity that students can complete using any vocabulary or spelling words, or just while reading a book! They get points for finding words that they can reduce, or for lower grades words that have 1/2! They can play against someone or do it for a sponge activity:)
After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!
christmas crafts for kids
After reading book, Shapes in my World, students trace and cut out shapes to create (shape) collages.
Cut old sweaters to fit glass vases. Glue top and bottom. Add felt flower, et voila! Gorgeous Christmassy candleholders!
When finished with an empty cardboard salt container, cut the whole round top piece off and measure to fit a canning jar ring. Trace and cut with the flat part with scissors to fit a pint canning jar.
Bunny prints for Easter!!! Cut a sponge in the shape of a foot. I used a dollar store sponge because they are easier to cut because they
Word family flap books. Students will cut out the pictures and glue them under the corresponding word family "flap".
I'm with the BAND
I can just see this cut from material and framed in the kiddos bedroom. No instructions on link.
OK: I pinned this b/c it has some FUN ideas and sometimes I just forget to do that. Stop Summer Slide - students can lose up to 2 months