From the brilliant TeachPreschool.org blog ... Hair Gel and Food Coloring. Practice writing letters, shapes - or just squish!
Way to practice letters & numbers: need - large Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar store)
Fun way to practice letters & sight words. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar
creative and pretty way to practice letters & numbers. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair
Name writing practice and practice with counting letters in your name. (letters versus words!) Free printable too!
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DIY Salt tray with Alphabet Cards to practice writing letters
Keep it white and then add food coloring in the middle of the ball. The kids come in and squish it in a ziploc to reveal the color and have
We have been putting paint (and other liquids, like hair gel with food coloring) in ziploc bags to play for years now, and it is always fun
26 pages of letter review for the beginning of the school year. Helps students practice recognizing letters, writing letters, and sorting
Brilliant!!! milk+food coloring, paint, pop in toaster, butter and serve!
What a great way to practice writing letters without wasting tons of paper. It would be great for a center.
Paint in a bag...great for students to practice letters (print or cursive depending on grade) or even shapes.
Blog: Creative food ideas for the kiddos lunches and snacks. Absolutely brilliant!
MERINGUE christmas trees cookie JUST ADD GREEN FOOD COLORING
Erupting colors--Just need milk, food coloring, and dish soap.
Just add food coloring to your boiling water to color your noodles!
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Use Elmer's glue and food coloring painted on clean dry glass=seaglass effect. This is brilliant!
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Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring and paint it on to any glass to make it look like seaglass when dry.-Brilliant idea
Use a pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words. You could use the same setup for
description from baker: I just used box white cake mixes - 10 of them that I bought on sale. I had 6 6x6 cake pans and I mixed and baked 2 cake mixes at a time, divided them into 6 bowls and mixed in Wilton gel food coloring bought at JoAnns. It's not that hard to do. The hardest part was actually mixing all the icing up (it was a cream cheese frosting) - I had to do it in 4 batches because it just wouldn't all fit in my KitchenAid (powdered sugar everywhere).
hair gel + food coloring = great OT/sensory play (add in color and letter/sound recognition and spelling for older kids who still need the OT) Used this for my preschool class...they loved it.just make sure you tape them shut or they will pop them :)
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