Name stones for self registration. The children choose their own stone... from Rachel (",)
Paint each hand a different colour, print, rub together & print again - great way to teach secondary colours!
Hide small items in the bottle. Take a photo of the items on a tray. Have a set of initial letter cards to go each bottle.
Free recipe books
Really like this idea. After a student has completed reading a book. Have them create an arrow with the book title and/or something that represents the book. Then, have the students place it on a pole to point to where the book is located.
ThanksPractice spelling names with name puzzles for kids who mix up the letters awesome pin
Number tiles and a roll of paper.
A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue
Color Mixing Discovery Bottles Shake them over and over to combine the colors and watch them separate again and again!
Live plants and flowers for the children to explore, smell, take pictures of, draw write about.