fun to do with kiddos. craft clay 1 box baking soda (about 2 cups) 1 cup cornstarch 1 cups water Cook all ingredients in a saucepan until thick. Cool about 10 minutes; Dries in days. Can be painted. Would be great for making ornaments
"Brain Feelers" -comprehension questions to informally assess students after reading. Could be used for verbal response as a whole class or given to small groups of students for discussion and response. Much more fun than a sheet of questions.
Write the numbers on a set of popsicle sticks. To add extra support, draw dots on the popsicle sticks to match the number written on them. Students line up the numbers and stick them in the play doh. Could also be done with tricky teens.
LEGO Animal Kids Alphabet Cards at B-Inspired Mama. Not only would these be a fun way to teach letters, BUT I think my kids would also get a kick out of trying to make their own lego animals, inspired by these ones.