Saturday, February 8, 2014

6 for Saturday

After a snow-shortened school week, here it is Saturday again.  

  
Sponge towers- cheap and QUIET:-)

1.  What a great idea for indoor recess!

I couldn't find this activity on Kristina's

blog although this was where Pinterest

directed me.  However, you'll find lots of 

good activities for your 2- to 6ish-year olds.


 

 

So much inspiration from these #heart shaped #Valentine animals! || #LittlePassports #Valentine #Crafts for #Kids

2. Here's a cute idea from Michele on Sassy Deals.  Follow the link because she has more heart critters posted.

Kitchen Garden

3.  With all the cold weather we've been having and are predicted to have, this garden seems so far away!!  I'd love to have this garden on my patio.  Dan's blog has this and many more great pics.


























Idea adapted to a classroom: "every time a student catches someone doing something kind, they put the kind person's name on a piece of paper ALONG WITH the act of kindness. Then they SIGN the paper with their name and put it the jar. Once a week, the teacher draws a name from the jar and both kids get a treat" 


4.  Veronica, a mom of 9 and contributor to the blog Or So She Says where this pin originated, uses this to encourage kind behavior among her offspring.  Whoever pinned this adapted it to classroom use: "every time a student catches someone doing something kind, they put the kind person's name on a piece of paper ALONG WITH the act of kindness. Then they SIGN the paper with their name and put it the jar. Once a week, the teacher draws a name from the jar and both kids get a treat."



  




   

Raspberry Banana and Dark Chocolate Smoothie

                              

 








5.  Doesn't this raspberry, banana, and dark chocolate chip Sweetheart Smoothie look DELISH? Audra shared this yummo recipe on Uncommon Designs.

 

 

35 Multicultural Early Chapter Books for kids ages 6 - 10. List includes series and single titles from What Do We Do All Day.

 6.  Good reading ahead

for ages 6-10.

  from What Do We Do All Day?

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