Jo Andrews
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Fun with play dough and kitchen tools - great for fine motor skills and imaginative play. What's your favourite way to play with play dough?

Exploring play dough with kitchen utensils. We used a potato masher, potato ricer and a garlic press. Lots of squishy fun!

This lady is a genius for at home activities with kiddos. Love ALL her ideas!

Letter Search- For this activity I had this foam alphabet puzzle that I got for 88 cents at Walmart:) and a dish of rice. I popped out all the letters and mixed them in with the rice. Students search for letters to match to the same in puzzle.

Rainbow Rice Garden Table - similar to a sand table but less messy!

Rainbow Rice Garden for Play: Measure rice cups) and put it in a Ziploc bag with about of food coloring or liquid water colors (works great!) and 3 T of rubbing alcohol. mix the rice in the bags to spread the color.

Classroom DIY: DIY Phonics Phones

Classroom DIY: DIY Phonics Phones-pvc pipe, pvc elbow and duct tape to make them cute!

Something fun for winter...Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles. I could see this keeping a party cooler cold.

*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :) best winter decor ever. also, use them in the summer time

a block of ice with treasure frozen inside.. smash away!

Keep them busy for hours! A block of ice with treasures frozen inside and a hammer. Great for hot summer days!