Stop what you are doing and listen to the cutest retell of the 5 Little Pumpkins you have EVER seen! 🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃 (Can you tell we have been working on confidence and using a nice loud voice when we present?!?☺️) ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t judge the sprinkles! These monster donuts were completely decorated by my 4-year-old with NO help from mom and she loved every minute of it! Grabbed a box of donuts from the #walmart bakery, added vampire teeth (98 cents for 12!), & she went to town with this set that came with eyeballs and sprinkles($2). You can’t beat the price or how adorable these turned out. If you are bringing these for your child’s class, ask if you can bring them on a random day. Halloween is super crazy and filled with sugar so these are best enjoyed on a different day as a surprise treat for the kids. ... See MoreSee Less
Head over to this link for a really fun and simple experiment to do with your students using items you already have at home! This is a free video I made last year. (You must be on the “desktop version” to see the complete 4 minute video.)
My kids LOVED making these hurricane jars, this easy experiment to see which part of the hurricane is the calmest, and this STEM activity where they attempt to design and build structures to withstand the winds of a hurricane (aka my hairdryer). I’ve always found that knowledge is empowering. They are hearing all the talk about hurricanes so why not turn all of that into a nonfiction ELA unit and incorporate science and art? They will learn all about hurricanes and ways they can help!