put dots on cut out fish, add paper clip and have kids "fish"...  pick two and then have the kids add the numbers together by serena
serena
serena put dots on cut out fish, add paper clip and have kids "fish"... pick two and then have the kids add the numbers together
Girly Stuff
Cut up, put in jar on table & have kids pick one at dinner. by serena
serena
serena Cut up, put in jar on table & have kids pick one at dinner.
Girly Stuff
art party 8 - cut desired theme shape out of contact paper, put in center of cavas, have kids paint, then peel off when dry by MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld art party 8 - cut desired theme shape out of contact paper, put in center of cavas, have kids paint, then peel off when dry
party time - art party
Cut up, put in jar on table & have kids pick one at dinner. by jmack147
jmack147
jmack147 Cut up, put in jar on table & have kids pick one at dinner.
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Floating Boat Paper Toy: easy to make and fun for kids! Cut paper into the shape of a boat, laminate, put it together, and hot glue the seams to prevent leaks. by rach_had
rach_had
rach_had Floating Boat Paper Toy: easy to make and fun for kids! Cut paper into the shape of a boat, laminate, put it together, and hot glue the seams to prevent leaks.
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Egg carton math. Put a few puff balls in and close the carton. Shake it up and when they open the kids have to add or subtract the numbers that the balls fell in. by tameka
tameka
tameka Egg carton math. Put a few puff balls in and close the carton. Shake it up and when they open the kids have to add or subtract the numbers that the balls fell in.
DIY Projects and Gift Ideas
Color Wheel Ceiling - Tie a hula hoop to your ceiling fan, use streamers of various colors to create a color wheel (each section is made up of two shades of each color)... the design can be complete here, or you can add more by using a circle punch to cut circles out of various colors of scrapbook paper, sew the dots together, and stream them next to their colors on the color wheel. by lissette.espinal.56
lissette.espinal.56
lissette.espinal.56 Color Wheel Ceiling - Tie a hula hoop to your ceiling fan, use streamers of various colors to create a color wheel (each section is made up of two shades of each color)... the design can be complete here, or you can add more by using a circle punch to cut circles out of various colors of scrapbook paper, sew the dots together, and stream them next to their colors on the color wheel.
Me
Memory verses - cut apart (and laminate) and have the kids put them in order to help memorize.  Store clipped together with scripture reference on top :) by juliette
juliette
juliette Memory verses - cut apart (and laminate) and have the kids put them in order to help memorize. Store clipped together with scripture reference on top :)
DREAM Home Ideas
Snowman letter game...cut out snowmen and different hats, have the kids mat the upper and lower case letters. Could do for numbers, colors, etc. by angelia
angelia
angelia Snowman letter game...cut out snowmen and different hats, have the kids mat the upper and lower case letters. Could do for numbers, colors, etc.
Bedding
have all of these just need to put it together and wear it out! by queen
queen
queen have all of these just need to put it together and wear it out!
home home home
Put the lyrics from your first dance or your vows on paper, cut it out in the shape of a tree and have your initials hanging from hearts on a branch by marjorie
marjorie
marjorie Put the lyrics from your first dance or your vows on paper, cut it out in the shape of a tree and have your initials hanging from hearts on a branch
I Love dogs
Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by bonnie.coder
bonnie.coder
bonnie.coder Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
Food
Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by serena
serena
serena Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
Girly Stuff
Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by serena
serena
serena Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
Girly Stuff
Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by astamm
astamm
astamm Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
Food Fab
Summer list of things to do with the kids..... I thought I would do this for my kids but put the pictures in ring binder and we can go through it together and pick something out to do for the day.  Good to come up with a Rainy Day section too. by shopportunity
shopportunity
shopportunity Summer list of things to do with the kids..... I thought I would do this for my kids but put the pictures in ring binder and we can go through it together and pick something out to do for the day. Good to come up with a Rainy Day section too.
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Math tub idea:  Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard.  They think it's so fun!! by nalisa
nalisa
nalisa Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard. They think it's so fun!!
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Yes...I let my kids pick out costumes two months before Halloween just so they have the complete outfit I have pictured for them in my head. by rebecca2
rebecca2
rebecca2 Yes...I let my kids pick out costumes two months before Halloween just so they have the complete outfit I have pictured for them in my head.
The Look
Pilgrim hats: Cut out the bottom of a black paper cup, hot glue upside-down to a chipboard circle and add a hat band....perfect for the kids table! by jenniferET
jenniferET
jenniferET Pilgrim hats: Cut out the bottom of a black paper cup, hot glue upside-down to a chipboard circle and add a hat band....perfect for the kids table!
Art Projects
Write numbers on plastic eggs and once found have kids put them in numerical order by tanisha
tanisha
tanisha Write numbers on plastic eggs and once found have kids put them in numerical order
Kid Activities
Fine Motor Activities:  write student's name on sheet of fun foam or construction paper.  Have student trace letters with glue.  Pick up small beads with tweezers or opened paper clip to place in the glue spelling out his/her name. by rochelle
rochelle
rochelle Fine Motor Activities: write student's name on sheet of fun foam or construction paper. Have student trace letters with glue. Pick up small beads with tweezers or opened paper clip to place in the glue spelling out his/her name.
bargain
Good idea for teaching glue in beginning of year. Dot dot not a lot - Have kids put a dot on each black dot. Then scrunch up a pre cut tissue square and put on glue dots. Scrunching helps with fine motor muscles too! by reva
reva
reva Good idea for teaching glue in beginning of year. Dot dot not a lot - Have kids put a dot on each black dot. Then scrunch up a pre cut tissue square and put on glue dots. Scrunching helps with fine motor muscles too!
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Cut out your state on glitter paper and add to a patterned canvas by regina
regina
regina Cut out your state on glitter paper and add to a patterned canvas
Holiday
Cut out your state on glitter paper and add to a patterned canvas by regina
regina
regina Cut out your state on glitter paper and add to a patterned canvas
Holiday
Give them a pair of dice.  Have them roll the dice and add the numbers on the dice together.  Now have the find the corresponding number on the penguin and color that area. by SAburns
SAburns
SAburns Give them a pair of dice.  Have them roll the dice and add the numbers on the dice together.  Now have the find the corresponding number on the penguin and color that area.
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Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art.  Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size)  Colored papers, for "clothing"  Matte knife,   Zip ties,   Broom handle,   Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional,   Bandanna, optional,   Gloves, optional,   Belt buckle, optional,   Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities.  3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a:  Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor)  Saloon (first floor and second floor)  Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor)  Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients:   Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com)  Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com)  Directions:   Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse." by BKovats
BKovats
BKovats Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art. Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size) Colored papers, for "clothing" Matte knife, Zip ties, Broom handle, Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional, Bandanna, optional, Gloves, optional, Belt buckle, optional, Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities. 3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a: Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor) Saloon (first floor and second floor) Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor) Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients: Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com) Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com) Directions: Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse."
Daycare Crafts
Date with DAD giftbasket...have each child pick their fave place to eat and fave activity...put GC's in so they can go together. by niedn
niedn
niedn Date with DAD giftbasket...have each child pick their fave place to eat and fave activity...put GC's in so they can go together.
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paper plate mint candy decorations/great to give desserts on as a gift if you put two together by concetta
concetta
concetta paper plate mint candy decorations/great to give desserts on as a gift if you put two together
Kids
Cut 2 paper plates into 3 triangular pieces and paint green. Paint a paper towel roll brown. Cut slits in it about 1/3 of the way up on one end. Spread and tape to another paper plate. Glue tree pieces together and decorate with button,gems,sequins or paper dots. Add a star at the top and glue onto the paper towel roll. by nadine
nadine
nadine Cut 2 paper plates into 3 triangular pieces and paint green. Paint a paper towel roll brown. Cut slits in it about 1/3 of the way up on one end. Spread and tape to another paper plate. Glue tree pieces together and decorate with button,gems,sequins or paper dots. Add a star at the top and glue onto the paper towel roll.
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Cut 2 paper plates into 3 triangular pieces and paint green. Paint a paper towel roll brown. Cut slits in it about 1/3 of the way up on one end. Spread and tape to another paper plate. Glue tree pieces together and decorate with button,gems,sequins or paper dots. Add a star at the top and glue onto the paper towel roll. by nadine
nadine
nadine Cut 2 paper plates into 3 triangular pieces and paint green. Paint a paper towel roll brown. Cut slits in it about 1/3 of the way up on one end. Spread and tape to another paper plate. Glue tree pieces together and decorate with button,gems,sequins or paper dots. Add a star at the top and glue onto the paper towel roll.
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How to figure out what to watch on Netflix. This much have taken hours to put together. Rather impressive. by christine
christine
christine How to figure out what to watch on Netflix. This much have taken hours to put together. Rather impressive.
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