I shared a little craft a couple of days ago on Instagram and some of you contacted me to get the pattern. So, better late than never. Get your pattern and enjoy the craft!
I recognize this is not the cutest craft I have ever made (check out the blog/store for better examples). But it is quick and cheap because you do not need colored paper and you won’t spend a lot of your time coloring.
For the scarves I used cute colored paper I bought from Target a couple of years ago.
If you want to create a the big letters just use big fonts on power point and have lots of patience to cut them out.
All teachers know that kids learn more when they’re excited and engaged. Today a team of bloggers come together to help your students take a BITE out of learning with a theme your students are sure to love!
One way I help my students get excited about learning is using technology. I try to find resources for every lesson online.
Check out some shark online resources here: Shark resources.
My Shark Week freebie is a Shark expert diploma. Just print the images (English or Spanish).
If you liked the freebie check the whole unit here:
You’ll find a a minibook and Shark expert hats.
Be sure to go for a swim in the linky party below. Every blog in the Shark Week Blog Hop features a fishy freebie for you and your students- but hurry! Shark Week only lasts until Sunday, August 17th : )
We did it!
After a long term we finally are approaching spring break.
I wanted to share with you a cute hen craftivity that we did. We wanted to make something quick an easy and use some foam Easter eggs we had so this is what I came up with.
We gave the template to the kids on colored sheets and after some modelling they started to work on their own. First graders are so independent at this time of the year.
They had some trouble with the flap in the wing but they managed to help each other. The nest was made of brown scrap paper.
And check other fun craft available in the blog.