Submitted by MindyCombine 1 ml water with 5 ml toothpaste, 10 ml of white glue, and 10 ml of laundry starch (dry). Knead Well. This will make enough putty for a couple of kids. Simply multiply the formula for more children.
Have a Tea Party
Submitted by MandyInvite your parents to come to your class for a tea party. Turn the classroom into a restaurant atmosphere by putting white table clothes and flowers on the table. On the day of the party have your children dress up in fancy clothes (big hats, suit coats, whatever you have). On the day of the tea party the parents sit with their child and enjoy tea, cookies, and sandwiches.
Toothbrush Give Away
Submitted by PollieGo to local dentist and get them to donate enough toothbrushes for all of your children. At the end of dental week give all of them a toothbrush.
Tea and Crackers
Submitted by JuneSteep flavored decaffeinated tea bags and serve with animal crackers for a Tea Party. Explain to your children that many cultures have tea and cookies for snack.
Tea Party Today
Submitted by TinaRead Tea Party poems from the book "Tea Party Today" by Eileen Spinelli. Your children will love them
Submitted by LisaPut peanut butter on Ritz crackers and let your children use pretzels to make the legs and tail of the turtle.
Tea Party Play Area
Submitted by NitaTurn a dramatic play area into a full fledged tea party
- Put White Table Clothes on the Table
- Put Teddy Bears in the Chairs so that your children have someone to serve
- Put dress up clothes so your children can look fancy
- Provide a Tea set
Train Vacation Transportation
Submitted by GayleBring appliance boxes into the classroom to be used as a train. Have the children decorate the train and then use them to take them on a trip
Bring Your Teddy Bear to Class Day
Submitted by JulieHave a day where children bring their teddy bears to class. You can then rank then have the kids rank them by height, weight, fluffiness, firmness, cutest, cuddliest, fastest, funniest, most lovable, etc.
Teddy Bear Hunt
Submitted by TinaHide Teddy Bears (either students or classes) all over the classroom and let the children try to find them.
Submitted on the Comment BoxWe are doing a unit on trains in the beginning of December. We make a candy train out of candy bars cut in 1/2 with peppermint wheels. The engine is made with 1/2 a candy bar placed horizontally, then a 1/2 roll of lifesavers is glued on top horizontally with frosting. The other half of the candy bar is glued next to the open end of the lifesavers standing up vertically to make the engineers part. A hershey kiss is glued to the front end of the lifesaver roll and a candy orange slice is glued to the front of the candy bar for the grill. The cars to the train are made out of candy bars cut in half, and then a variety of candy is glued on top for cargo. This is all glued (again, with frosting) to a piece of cardboard covered with foil with licorice train tracks. They are so cute! We read The Little Engine that Could and then have a delicious snack
Rubber Glove Turkey
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What You Need:
- Rubber Glove (Clear)
- Tissue Paper
What You Do:
- Using a clear rubber glove, stuff the four fingers with colored tissue paper, stuffing the thumb with red. Fill the palm with popcorn and tie off at the bottom, for a cute turkey
Submitted on the Comment BoxlI did this with my pre-schoolers and they loved it. You bring cookie dough to school (already made) and bring cookie cutters. Use turkies, leaves,etc. After they have baked let your chilren decorate their own cookies with food coloring icing, that way their turkies can have different color feathers, and they can take home the cookies. They love it! The cookies are great too!
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