Amy Bartosh
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What a great thing to have for kids that might need a break or who are done.

Flying Coloring Wall (neat idea of a center where kids can help color in a doodle for say a border or bulletin board.

“Wheels Don’t Have to be Round” (April 2012) For basic instructions, make students concentrate on one color a day

“Wheels Don’t Have to be Round” (April grade - color theory, mixing black with monochromatic

Erupting art for kids - combining art and science in one fun and colorful activity!

Erupting art for kids - combining art and science in one fun and colorful activity! So fun to celebrate 2014 Summer Reading

Vegan ginger kisses- this is a pretty unhealthy but beautiful looking recipe- but it might be good for sunday feast cooking at the loft.. ;)

Vegan ginger kisses- this is a pretty unhealthy but beautiful looking recipe- but it might be good for sunday feast cooking at the loft.

Math Monsters for studying "greater-than" and "less-than."

Math Monsters make greater-than, less-than, and equal signs come to life; the monster faces the bigger number and the equal sign faces forward. Its a cute way to teach the concept.

Data Folders Freebie!

We do practice "spelling tests" with sight words to get ready for first grade. I love this idea to track data. (the big buzz word in education these days) Do this for weekly Words Their Way Spelling Pattern tests

Art Room Windows! Tissue Paper + Electrical Tape

for windows beside entry doors @ collegiate academy/high school try with painter's tape and tissue paper cut into different shapes. cool windows tissue paper and electrical tape.