Rachel Huxtable

Rachel Huxtable

Rachel Huxtable
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Introduce a different culture and help strengthen writing skills, all at the same time! Direct link to printable version: http://printables.scholastic.com/content/collateral_resources/pdf/85/0439323185_e.pdf  Free printable from Scholastic. Perfect for quick RESEARCH projects.

Make this more high school friendly. Cool Country Report: Fill-in Poster. Introduce a different culture and help strengthen your child's writing skills, all at the same time! This is another example of the AMAZING free resources at the Scholastic site.

Happy Donut Day! Tie powdered donuts on a string in your garage or front porch or clothes lines for a fun game. If you can't find powdered donuts, or just want to have way more fun, add extra powdered sugar to the donuts before you hang them. Oh and you can't use your hands to eat them!

Donuts on a String Game - Tie powdered donuts on a string for a fun game. If you can't find powdered donuts, or just want to have way more fun, add extra powdered sugar to the donuts before you hang them.

And finally, my last measurement idea (for now) comes from Family Fun.  Make a marshmallow catapult.  This could be an in class (group) project or a homework assignment, depending on how you wanted to do it.  Either way, launch a few marshmallows, measure their distance and record your answers.    http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/marshmallow-catapult-874571/

Marshmallow Catapult: I thought this would be a fun and great idea for students to make in class. The project of the marshmallow catapult incorporates both art and science.when you can't buy them all a marshmallow gun!

MinActivities for kids at the HSOG annual dog walk? Maybe!  Marshmallow Shooter {Cool Craft}

Come Together Kids: Mini Marshmallow Shooters (or Pom Pom Poppers) put a balloon over the top half of a stiff plastic cup, with the bottom of the cup removed. Pull of the balloon tie with the pompom inside, and POP!