10 class room themes

 

August is quickly approaching and it’s time to start planning classroom themes.  These ten whimsical themes will add fun and excitement to your learning space.  What child wouldn’t love to sit back and read a book while sitting by …

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DIY Stick Fort Kit
Learn how to make this fun fort kit you can bring out the next time the kids are bored. Gather together some dowels, styrofoam balls, and a few other supplies and let the kids go to town. For added fun, …

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moon craft
Today is Moon Day. This special event celebrates the anniversary of the day that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on moon in 1969. In honor of this occasion, why not show your kids how to make a styrofoam moon?…

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Make a Math Hunt Game
Carolyn created this game for her kids. She created two piles of cards. One pile sported numbers and the other pile listed things that can easily be found by the kids. To play, the kids choose a card from each …

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Wild Flower Art
This project is a great way to get everyone outside exploring and being creative. Go for a walk to find wild flowers and then use the ideas presented by Becky on Fakin’ It for using them to create a work …

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Squirt Gun Painting
This is a fast and easy outdoor project the kids will love to do. Melissa, from Fire Flies and Mudpies, explains how she helped fight a little bit of summer boredom by letting her boys paint watercolor masterpieces using …

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PVC Pipe Physics Fun
Forget about Legos and Lincoln Logs, give your kids several lengths of PVC pipes and a bunch of connectors and just watch what they come up with. Sandi from Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes did this, and threw in some …

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Roll and Color Game
Follow along with this tutorial and make this simple color matching game. I am willing to bet that the most popular part of this game will be the homemade, over-sized die. PLay this color matching game with the kids and …

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Popsicle Stick Stars
Are you still looking for a fun project for Independence Day? If so, this might be perfect. Show the kids how easy it is to make patriotic stars using 5 popsicle sticks and red, white and blue paint.

Follow along

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Handprint Canada Flags
Americans have their independence on July 4th with barbecues and fireworks, and Canadians have do something similar on Canada Day which is July 1st

On Canada Day, Canadians celebrate the day the British North America Act created the Canadian federal …

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DIY Zipper Board for Kids

This is a great way to encourage young kids to work on fine motor skills while learning how to zip and unzip. Kate, from Laughing Kids Learn, made this simple zipper board using a piece of cardboard, some colorful …

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Salad Spinner Fireworks
Learn how to make this fast and easy fireworks picture that can be used as a wonderful 4th of July decoration. Heidi, from Happiness is Homemade, had her son use a salad spinner to make the red, white, and …

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Let’s Make a Terrarium
A few days ago I shared a tutorial to help you make a fairy house with your kids. I think this amazing mossy terrarium would go along well with it. Donni, from The Magic Onion, shows you step-by-step how …

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Paper Roll and Handprint Bald Eagle Craft
This cute bald eagle is made with little more than a cardboard tube and paper. You simply draw a simple beak and feet and then trace around your child’s hands. Have them paint it all, including the cardboard tube and …

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Eric Carle Tissue Paper Prints
Today is the perfect day to try this Eric Carle inspired project shared by Anna from The Imagination Tree. Why? Because today is Eric Carle’s birthday!

Read through this tutorial and discover how Anna made colorful collages with her …

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