Thanksgiving ~ thankful rolls: write a thankful message on a piece of paper, wrap in foil, then insert in the crack of rolls before baking.
thankful rolls: write a thankful message on a piece of paper, wrap in foil, then insert in the crack of rolls before baking. They're like
thankful rolls: write a thankful message on a piece of paper, wrap in foil, then insert in the crack of rolls before baking. They're like Thanksgiving fortune rolls! ;; this is so sweet! - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins
I used my name "Violet" .Get a square piece of grease proof paper...fold it in half, then in half again, and in half again. You will have a piece that looks like a triangle. write your name (fill in the whole shape). Then copy the same thing on each section....will be easy as grease proof paper is a bit transparent.
Would love my future husband to write on the bottom of my shoe before the wedding.
one awesome chalkboard wall! I really love this. I would write a quote everyday for my kids to look at, then maybe reflect on it at the end of the day. Just because I'm weird and into quotes...
Thanksgiving: Place setting with an empty cupcake topper inside the napkin. Before the meal, each guest writes what they are thankful for on the cupcake topper. Then each one places the topper onto a "Give Thanks" cake. As the cake is served for dessert each person would have one cupcake topper in their piece of cake with someone's special blessing written on it. This could turn into a very special tradition.
Baking Soda as Silver Polish To polish silver: Wash items, then place on aluminum foil in the bottom of a pot. Add a baking-soda
We have painted with toilet paper rolls before, and it turned out great, but then having kids paint inside the shapes would be neat.
Projects to Try
Have shower guests write a message to baby on the paper then teach them to fold into a crane. Hang as a guest book mobile
To polish silver: Wash items, then place on aluminum foil in the bottom of a pot. Add a baking-soda solution (¼ cup soda, a few teaspoons
On scraps of paper write down different objectives for kids to conquer! Then, wad up the scraps to make a ball. Have kids sit in a circle and turn some music on. Kids pass the ball clockwise until the music stops. The one holding the ball has to unwrap a piece of the scrap paper from the ball. The teacher gives the child a word or question and the player answers. For example, what part of speech is it?! If the player answers correctly he stays in the game.
5 ways to keep a prayer journal. Personally, I keep mine in a 3 ring binder and write the requests on notebook paper. Then, when God answers, I write the date and how He answered on a 3X5 card, punch a hole in it, and insert on the ring closest to the request. More than one response can be on the 3X5 :)
Here is an idea for a fun classroom activity that you can also leave behind at your math centers afterwards. Just get some good quality paper plates, glue some coins onto them, and then write the total values onto the bottom of each plate. With my K4 kids, I would limit the combinations of coins.
Thanksgiving- Each day, have the kids take a leaf and write something they are thankful for on it and place on branches. By the end of the
there are tags on the table for people to write a message and then hang on the tree in the ceramic pitcher..cute!
Buy a copy of this for each of your kids before kindergarten. Then have each teacher write in it at the end of the year. As a surprise gift, give it to your child at graduation.
Letter Pounding! Write the letters on Styrofoam and then tell the child a letter. He must find the letter that you say before pounding in a golf tee. Great for fine motor skills and so fun for kids!
Original Pin - Have students write their names on the side of a sheet of paper (first or both first and last). Then have them write one simile that describes them for each letter in their name. Kids can decorate them however they like and the acrostic simile poems can be hung above all student's desks for display. Great way to practice using similes!
Back To School
Love this idea. Guests write a message, pop it in the bottle then the bride and groom open them on their first wedding anniversary.
Teaching Main Idea: Students traced their hand on a piece of construction paper. I had them choose a page in the reading story for the week and write the main idea on the palm. Then details went on each finger. Again, I emphasized that we need all of our fingers so they needed to find that many details or the hand wouldn't work.
Love the artwork on the wall...would live to do a piece like that of my kids
I wonder what my kids would write in the blanks. I think this would be fun
Use brown craft paper to cover the dinner table, then let the kids draw and decorate. This would be great for thanksgiving! Not only can the kids color at dinner, but the adults can write down what they are thankful for!
For the Birds
white choc tiaras- draw tiara with a sharpie on a piece of paper and wrap the paper around a glass. Then tape the drawing with wax paper and melt white chocolate and go over the design.
DIY and Crafts
E is for Explore!: Popsicle Preservation Kids work in teams using aluminum foil, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, paper towels, newspaper, as well as a variety of other items to construct insulators. Then, they put their protected popsicles out in the sun. Along with the insulated popsicles, put one uninsulated, unwrapped popsicle outside as well. Who's popsicle can withstand the heat? As soon as the uninsulated popsicle melts, check your protected popsicles. Then, record your findings.
Each student had a sheet of paper with everyone's name on it. They had to write a nice sentence about everyone in the class. Then each student had 20 nice things written about him or her. We put those in a frame. This activity was great because some of the students in my class don't hear about how great they are everyday at home. Now they have a frame that will stay together rather than just some paper stapled. The kids loved hearing about how great they are from their classmates :)
Campfire Orange Cinnamon Rolls ~ Hollow out an orange & placed a refrigerated cinnamon roll inside & palce the top of the orange back on (that you cut off to hollow out the orange). Wrap in foil & wait for a delicious treat!
Matchbook Mints: These are super easy to make. You can churn out a bunch in a short time and they’re easy on the wallet! Simply cut out a rectangular piece of fun card stock or scrapbook paper, score it, fold it and staple the individually wrapped mints inside. Use them as party favors or write names and table numbers on them to double as seating cards. You could also add quotes or a special message from the couple just by running the paper