An exciting new adventure for VBS in 2020 with Knights of North Castle: Quest for the King’s Armor!
Great way to add depth and color to any area. Use green crepe paper. Attach paper to the base of the wall. Twist paper and cut in varying angles. Add colorful ocean art items to complete the scene. cokesburyvbs.com
Crayon Bits - a first grade blog
I couldn't get a very good picture of these constellations we did a couple of weeks ago, but thought I'd share this "oldie but a goodie" idea anyway because the kids absolutely love making these! After a study of the sun and stars, I gave the kids half sheets of black paper. They drew a design on them with white crayon or colored pencil and also wrote their initials. Then, I gave each of them a push pin and they poked holes along their designs and initials. We hung them on the ceiling lights…
Elementary School Garden
Elementary School Garden is written by 4th grade teacher, Jennifer Jasewicz who is also mom to two amazing girls, currently 2 and 6. This blog dives into fourth grade curriculum, classroom organization, routines, artwork, and now preschool ideas, and crafts.
Under the sea bulletin board idea for kids | Crafts and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten
Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten.Free printables and activity pages for free.Lots of worksheets and coloring pages..
Read Across America Week Activities
I was so excited when we found out this week that our school had been selected as a stop on The Missouri NEA's Cat Tracks Tour for Read Across America Week! Charles Smith, the Missouri NEA president will be visiting our school along with The Cat in the Hat! I know that our kiddos are going to love it! Photo Courtesy of MNEA What are we doing to celebrate? Each Kindergarten through 2nd grade teacher is participating in a Read-a-Thon, by setting a reading goal for their classroom and…
Back to School Hallways/Bulletin Boards - Cara Carroll
If you’ve been reading this little blog for a while, you might remember the hallway decorations in my school during Open House this year. I also spotlighted some of our school’s hallway décor at the beginning of the school year last year. Well, it’s that time of year again!!! Time for more back to school …