Chelsea Duncan
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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Cardboard Race Track

cardboard tubes + box = hours of fun! We pieced together TP and paper towel tubes. Used marbles. The kiddo loved it and even still pulls it out to roll the marbles into a dump truck. He wont' let me toss any cardboard tubes now.

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Weather Chart Kid Craft - The Crafting Chicks This week we made this cute Weather Chart Kid Craft.to keep track of our weather. If you love arts and crafts you really will appreciate this cool site!

The kids had fun with this great, simple outdoor activity. It is so simple but is a wonderful way for kids to explore their world. All you do is take masking tape and put it on their wrists with the sticky side out. I doubled mine in width so they’d have more surface area. Do you notice my daughter caught a spider and stuck it to her bracelet? print

Nature Bracelet with Masking Tape - just this simple outdoor activity for children. Turn a strip of masking tape inside out and adhere to wrist. Double over for extra width. Encourage kids to go out + explore the garden, adding their treasure hunt disc

47 Incredibly Fun Outdoor Activities for Kids - DIY Cardboard Ring Toss Game #hobbycraft

How to make Cardboard Ring Toss diy garden game and a simple and cute Shampoo Bottle Boat for paddling pool and bath adventures, summer crafts for kids fun

Alphabet Writing Activities for Preschoolers (Hands On and Fun!)

Alphabet Writing Activities for Preschoolers (Hands On and Fun!) from Mama Say What? Laura shares the creative activities that helped her son learn how to write the alphabet.

Multicultural hand print rainbow classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

A super Multicultural Hand Print Rainbow classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

Great use of numeracy and shapes foe early math activities.

Geometry and Spatial Sense - Great use of shapes and fine motor skills for early math activities. Students can choose which shape to make and use the popsicle sticks to create it!