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Animal Face Pencil Toppers

24 August, 2017 0 comments Leave a comment

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Need a five-minute craft that stops fights over pencils? These adorable button pencil toppers are perfect!

Age: 5+

Duration: 5 minutes

Learning Outcomes: Practice fine motor skills, animal names, and clearly mark pencils so students don’t lose them or argue over whose pencil is whose!

You’ll Need:

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This craft is quick, easy and fun!

Start with a chenille stem. Fold the stem in half, and slide both ends through the button holes. Then give the loose ends a twist to secure the button. Next, carefully wrap the chenille stem around the eraser end of the pencil. It’s that simple! Now students have an animal friend to work on assignments with.

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Lace Paper Dolls

21 April, 2016 0 comments Leave a comment

Add beautiful trims and details to your paper dolls with R22054 Lace Paper! Age: 4+ Duration: 10-20 minutes Learning Objectives: Use multiple materials to make details. Talk about fashion and how to combine details to make interesting combinations of clothes. … Continue reading

Welcome Back to the New Year!

08 January, 2016 0 comments Leave a comment

Check out our top ten posts from 2015 as we celebrate a New Year! Continue reading

Repurposed Brown Paper Art (Christmas Edition)

16 December, 2015 0 comments Leave a comment

We always hear about great ways to get kids thinking creatively, while doing some sort of double duty. By this, I mean putting down brown packing paper onto tables to protect the surfaces, while giving kids the ability to draw … Continue reading

Jack O’ Lantern Weaving Mats

24 August, 2015 0 comments Leave a comment

Weave beautiful bright patterned strips through lovely weaving mat pumpkins, pre-cut for a ready-to-use fine motor activity! Weaving mats are a great way to encourage fine motor development in young children. It’s a skill that’s inherent to finger work as … Continue reading

Constructa Clips Neighborhood

19 August, 2015 0 comments Leave a comment

Constructa Clips are our versatile building toys–combine recyclable materials using the handy clips, and create anything from vehicles to robots, buildings and more! In this project, we got our campers to contribute to the development of a model neighborhood using … Continue reading

Spotlight on… Postage Stamp!

18 May, 2015 0 comments Leave a comment

Mail something nice to a friend and make your own signature stamp piece!  These large sized paper sheets are shaped like postage stamps, and cut with a special border to mimic the look and feel of the real thing. They … Continue reading

Groundhog Day: Will he see his shadow or not??

28 January, 2015 0 comments Leave a comment

In anticipation of the upcoming Groundhog Day on February 2nd, predict with your students whether or not the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow or not with our R42006 Groundhog Day Craft! The Groundhog Day craft has everything you … Continue reading

Craft Spotlight: Project Leaves with a Thanksgiving Turkey project!

22 September, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

It’s never too early to start thinking about seasonal crafts for the classroom, no matter what time of year! Prepare for Thanksgiving with our true-to-life sized R51080 Project Leaves in a variety of colors and shapes. Use the Project Leaves … Continue reading

Craft Spotlight: Farm Animal Masks

25 August, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

Dress up, learn facts, exercise and play farm with Farm Animal Masks! These pre-printed, coated masks are the perfect tools for encouraging students to participate in dramatic play and physical education! There are 8 different animals to choose from, so your students … Continue reading
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