How sweet are these critter egg holders?! Not only are they free to download, you can also customise the names at the bottom so you can use these as place holders (or as Lia suggests, finger puppets!)
Here is an egg-cellent (puns!) round up of the best Easter crafts from one of my favourite blogs Oh Happy Day! My favourites are definitely the Easter egg pinatas and the calligraphy eggs - make sure to click through to see all 12 crafts!
"The premise behind the following suggestions is that if we slow down, we’ll have more opportunities for reflection…"
Pruning. Asking. Eating. Practicing. Taking a sick day. I have been told by my Professor AND by my school’s Principal to slow down. And you know what? They’re right. I dig these tips (…reminders).
"I’ll be lazy."
“I’ll have flumpy* skin.”
“I’ll read the newspaper.”
“I’ll be dead because I like fruit snacks too much.”
*when asked to define flumpy, student acted like he was pushing flappy arm skin.
|Kindergartener 1:||I saw Justin Bieber's soul!|
|Kindergartner 2:||He got arrested for drinking cough syrup and street racing!|
|Me:||…he made some bad choices…😳|
Today in kindergarten music we had a listening activity: Modest Mussorgsky’s Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks. Before pressing play, I told the students to listen and think of what kind of pictures the music would make them think of. One student said, “My camera needs batteries.” So I replied, “Well…