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Blank Dot-to-Dot Leap Year Frog!

February 29, 2012
Blank Dot-to-Dot Leap Year Frog!

Dot-to-Dot Leap Year fun! I was going to fill in the dots to count by 4 (for every 4 years for a leap year) but my teaching partner thought to use it also for some of her students that need reinforcing counting by 2’s.  So I left it blank so you can use it...
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Coloring Sheet for Arachnid

February 22, 2012
Coloring Sheet for Arachnid

Arachnid Ben studied arachnid’s this year and asked for a math work sheet. The coloring codes area: Brown = 15 Green = 12 Blue = 20 Red = 18 Tan = 25 Light Green = 36 Light Blue = 42 Black = 32 Save Tweet
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Russian Onion Domed Coloring Sheet

January 23, 2012
Russian Onion Domed Coloring Sheet

Russian Sohan is studying Russia and is fascinated with their architecture.  I used equations to practice addition and subtraction with regrouping. The color key is: Blue = 45 white = 100 yellow = 58 red = 61 light blue = 90 Have fun! Save Tweet
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Telephone Coloring Sheet

January 22, 2012
Telephone Coloring Sheet

The Telephone Savanna is studying telephones so I made this to help her practice her math facts at the same time.  She is working on addition and subtraction facts but if you need something harder or easier just change the equations to fit your needs. Color key: Orange = 8 brown = 10 dark...
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Make Your Own House of Cards

January 9, 2012
Make Your Own House of Cards

    This is the world record House of Cards!  Amazing! Ways to Use a Card Deck I recently watched this version of Alice in Wonderland and was delighted by the costumes and the Queen of Hearts shrill, “Off with her head!” in response to any problem. It was the   She was so...
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Celebrate Mardi Gras by Making a Mask

January 8, 2012
Celebrate Mardi Gras by Making a Mask

Mardi Gras is traditionally celebrated on the Tuesday prior to the beginning of Lent. Mardi Gras translated means Fat Tuesday. Many people also enjoy the Polish sweet pastry, paczki on Fat Tuesday (in English, the common pronunciation is ponch-kee). Get in the celebration by making masks and downing festive attire. Make a Mardi Gras...
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Using Donuts to Create a Snowman!

January 8, 2012
Using Donuts to Create a Snowman!

  Using Donuts to Create Snowmen! It’s winter and I want to see snow! Where is it?  So I decided to make a snowman without snow! This one you can eat too! All you need are: Powdered sugar doughnut holes Toothpicks Coconut (optional) Stick licorice to use as a scarf Frosting or mini-M&M’s for...
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Gingerbread House Recycled

January 5, 2012
Gingerbread House Recycled

Gingerbread House I assembled the gingerbread house that I got from IKEA (that is a story in itself – lessons learned) and used it for the table centerpiece for the holidays but once they were over, what to do with it?  There was way too much sugar for me to suggest eating it, besides,...
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Carving Like the Inuits

December 30, 2011
Carving Like the Inuits

          Carving Like the Inuits Your child can carve snowmen, penguins, igloos or whatever they would like into a bar of soap. You can use those bars of soap from your last hotel stay! Materials: bar of soap plastic knife Steps: Let your child decide on the design. To make...
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Elf to Hang Around

December 24, 2011
Elf to Hang Around

Elf The little guy is fun and simple to make. Copy the pattern on heavy paper or construction paper. If the paper is plain, your child can color it then cut it out. Then attach the limbs with brads, so the parts and be positioned. It can be  hung in a window or door...
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