Miriam Gerlach
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Science Challenge Bags

Great ideas for easy science challenge bags perfect for small rewards, party bags or extra challenges. Make paper spinners, density bottles and more.

Make these adorable movie night snacks for your next Harry Potter viewing! #MovieNight4Less #ad

These broomstick bags filled with popcorn and M&M's are easy Harry Potter movie night snacks!

you don't need a mold for these chocolate frogs (no recipe but they're basically gummy frogs coated in chocolate).

you don't need a mold for these chocolate frogs (no recipe but they're basically gummy frogs coated in chocolate). :P Miniature chocolate frogs.

Harry Potter food ideas: Magical snack ideas every Harry Potter fan will LOVE - goodtoknow

Well you're in for a serious treat with this round up of delicious, and dare we say, magical snack ideas

Check out the Harry Potter Sorting Hat cupcakes I made!  You get sorted into a Hogwarts house depending on the color of the M&Ms that spill out.  Apparently I'm a Slytherin...

Check out the Harry Potter Sorting Hat cupcakes I made! You get sorted into a Hogwarts house depending on the color of the M&Ms that spill out. Apparently I'm a Slytherin. No idea who originally made these but I need to try it!

Harry Potter Cootie Catcher Printable

Here’s a unique cootie catcher printable for Harry Potter fans – An Origami Sorting Hat! Visit Get Away Today to grab this free printable and folding instructions. Get FREE access to over educational printables for 30 days!

Harry Potter Ratios - Harry Potter Math - scaling potion recipes! 3 differentiated worksheets to allow students to practice scaling quantities up and down using Harry Potter style potions (bronze = low ability, gold = high ability). As a follow-up activity I allowed students to design their own potion on big poster sheets and to scale it to different sizes, which they loved!

Harry Potter Ratios - Harry Potter Math - scaling potion recipes! 3 differentiated worksheets to allow students to practice scaling quantities up and down using Harry Potter style potions (bronze = low ability, gold = high ability). As a follow-up activity I allowed students to design their own potion on big poster sheets and to scale it to different sizes, which they loved!