Submitted by JenniTake clear plastic soda bottles and fill them with water and put mosaic tiles in them. Now your children can roll the bottles and watch the rainbow colors swirl. Note: Both glue and tape the cap on so that your children can not open it.
Geologist, Geologist, Where the Rock
Submitted by TinaHave one child sit in the center of the circle blindfolded. Put a rock under the child's chair. Then choose one student to sneak up behind the chair and get the rock. Have them put the rock out of site behind their back. Then have all of your children chant "Geologist, Geologist, Where the Rock" then let the child guess who has the rock.
Rabbits in the Hole
Submitted by BarbaraTell your children this story about the importance of listening to their teachers in an emergency such as a fire, storm or any other time. The Story goes like this:
In the forest there were little rabbits that went to a little rabbit school. One day the teacher rabbit told the little rabbits about woodcutters who came and cut down the forest trees. "When the trees fall down it is not safe for the little rabbits," she said, "so they need to hide under the surrounding rocks". If you ever hear someone yell the special words, "rabbits in the hole," hop as fast as you can into your hole under the rocks where it's safe. The little bunnies listened to their teacher rabbit and even practiced going into their holes under the rock. Then one day, the woodcutters came into the forest and started cutting down the trees. The teacher rabbit yelled out "rabbits in the hole" and all the little bunnies hopped into their holes under the rocks, where it was safe. They did such a fantastic job, that not a single little rabbit got hurt
Submitted by DebbyGet several different densities of liquid (oil, water, alcohol, etc) and use food coloring to die each one a different color. Put these in a bottle (oil then water then alcohol) and let your children play with these bottles
Submitted by BlairGive your children Rabbit ears and let them pretend to be jackrabbits hopping around the classroom.
Submitted by MarthaFind different pictures of robots. Print out two of each. Cut them out and attach one to a manila file folder. Now let your children match robots. Some robot pictures are available at corbis
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