Crafts

Fall Craft Ideas

Celebrate the season in your classroom with some festive Fall and Halloween crafts! Your little goblins will have a blast working on these fun projects. Mummy Cups Are you planning a Halloween celebration in your classroom? Make these cute favor cups and fill them with mummy nummies! Wrap white plastic cups with white crepe streamers. Attach with glue  Continue Reading »

Turkey Cup Craft Project

These adorable little turkeys are so much fun to make and perfect for your November celebrations! Use them for: treats or goodies at place settings utensil holders for a napkin, and cutlery add a name and use as a place card hold crayons or pencils gift for parents   Directions: Start with 9 ounce cups in  Continue Reading »

Halloween Crafts

Posted on: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 Celebrate the season in your classroom with some festive Halloween crafts! Your little goblins will have a blast working on these fun projects. Mummy Cups Are you planning a Halloween celebration in your classroom? Make these cute favor cups and fill them with mummy nummies! Wrap white plastic cups with white crepe  Continue Reading »

5 Ideas for Paper Chains

  Remember paper chains? You probably made them in preschool or elementary. They are used for decorations or classroom tools such as counting down the days to a special event. We have news for you; paper chains aren’t just for little kids anymore! They can be an inexpensive and easy way to raise funds and build spirit among  Continue Reading »

Make a Patriotic Pinwheel

Kids will be excited about patriotic celebrations with this pinwheel they can make, display and play with. They might even learn a thing or two about history and wind power!  Each child will need: One square piece of paper, about 8″x 8″ or 9″ x 9″ Long pin Unsharpened pencil with eraser (patriotic pencils would  Continue Reading »

Make a School Year Memory Book

As the year winds down kids love to reflect on all they’ve done and all they’ve learned. Help them preserve those memories with a Memory Book they make themselves! Materials: Paper for pages (at least 4-6 per child) Craft Supplies; markers, crayons, scissors, glue Stickers or other embellishments Any photos, craft projects, or work the  Continue Reading »