KinderTastic blog, which I have been wanting to try out. In order to keep track of which kids have been called, the sticks are painted two colors. Once a student has had a turn, their stick gets turned over so the other color shows. I love this idea, because you don't have to carry around another container and you don't risk losing any.
|Original Inspiration from KinderTastic|
Basically you need two bottles of acyrlic paint, a ruler, a paint brush, and popsicle sticks.
Next up I will be cute-ifying the little Target bucket with "Lucky Duck" clip art and a label to hold these fun sticks. Once I have a confirmed class list, I will be adding the kiddos names to the sticks.
Classroom Project #2: Although I am not a huge fan of worksheets in kindergarten, I do think that some times worksheets have there place! Instead of having pages and pages of completed sheets, I plan using an awesome idea I found on Classroom DIY- dry erase boards made from report covers and duck tape.
|Original Inspiration from Classroom DIY|
Supplies- Fun Patterned Duct Tape (which was on sale- 2 rolls for $6 at Michael's this past weekend) and plastic report covers
Here's my finished product!
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