Hyemi Kang
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DIY Dinosaur Tangrams - a great math puzzle for kids that you can make yourself…

use pencil to draw lines on paper to draw slightly oversized glitter glue lines to place tangram pieces inside; begin with simple shapes and become increasingly complex

Handprint Dinosaurs                                                       …

Handprint Dinosaurs (Letter D, Name, Dinosaur Craft)

Fort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop!! Imagine the fun you would have with these outdoor activities for kids.

Hula Hoop Hideout - easy tent idea for the kids with a hoopla hoop and sheets!, Best DIY Projects, Hula Hoop Hideout - easy tent idea for the kids with a hoopla hoop and sheets!

Easy, fun ways to work on alphabet letters, math, fine motor skills and creativity.

Links to 100 free playdough mats for fun ways to work on alphabet letters, maths, fine motor skills and creativity. Summer loves her play dough

I could see doing this not just with the teeth but something else to show "sometimes foods" vs "anytime foods."

Happy Tooth, Sad Tooth (for Dental Hygiene Month)

some really cute ocean ideas!

DIY Clothespin Animal Crafts That Open / 33 Crafty Things To Make With Clothespins

printable shopping cart - use local market sales ads to search for healthy foods

Print the shopping cart. Cut and paste foods from grocery store flyers, and fill the cart with healthy food!

"J" is for Jellyfish- Jellyfish in Jars! (Put food color for different water color & differentiate between the three)

J is for Jellyfish- fun alphabet crafts from Cheap Crafty Mama!

Letter P, learning about vegetables  Peas in a pod craft

Letter P, learning about vegetables Peas in a pod craft to go with peas poem. use tennis balls painted green with sight words on the back. put them in the pod when you see them

Sensory gel writing. Fill a snap-lock bag with a bit of hair gel and some food coloring and mix together. Such a fun way to get your kiddos to write!

Beginning of year Sensory gel writing. Fill a snap-lock bag with a bit of hair gel and some food coloring and mix together. Such a fun way to get your kiddos to write!