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Littlest Learners / Clutter-Free Classroom Blog: Trioramas - Teaching Tip Tuesday

Littlest Learners / Clutter-Free Classroom Blog: Trioramas - Teaching Tip Tuesday

Making a ocean diorama is a fun way to learn about life in the sea. These under the sea dioramas are fun to make and look great.

Making a ocean diorama is a fun way to learn about life in the sea. These under the sea dioramas are fun to make and look great.

My demo for my students. Fictional creatures/characters out of Magiclay and matching paper collage triarama. Magiclay sculpted over foam cone and ball. Painted with watered down arcylic paint with thicker full strength paint for highlights and detail. Hair made from felting wool.

My demo for my students. Fictional creatures/characters out of Magiclay and matching paper collage triarama. Magiclay sculpted over foam cone and ball. Painted with watered down arcylic paint with thicker full strength paint for highlights and detail. Hair made from felting wool.

End-of-the-Year Activity: Make a "My Life" Pop-Up Book #weareteachers

Year-End Activity: Pop-Up Books

End-of-the-Year Activity: Make a "My Life" Pop-Up Book #weareteachers

Engage your students in exciting science lessons with this interactive science journal. This science notebook is perfect for science centers in Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of interactive science activities. Students will learn about science topics such as magnets, senses, weather, plant science, and much more! This notebook is great for homeschoolers too.

Science Notebook

Engage your students in exciting science lessons with this interactive science journal. This science notebook is perfect for science centers in Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of interactive science activities. Students will learn about science topics such as magnets, senses, weather, plant science, and much more! This notebook is great for homeschoolers too.

Repeat the process for as many sides as you want -- two, three, or four.

Repeat the process for as many sides as you want -- two, three, or four.

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