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This fun sensory activity comes together in just a few minutes, and only has two ingredients! You'll love this cornstarch conditioner play dough.

This silky-smooth play dough can be made in just a few minutes with stuff you already have in your house--hair conditioner and cornstarch!

Snapshots of my Pre-K classroom.

The kids loved watching bean seeds sprout. We put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel. The bags were taped in the classroom window (with names written in permanent marker). Of course we also read "Jack and the Beanstalk

Last week my family and I went to a community science night at a local college, and they were passing out  free books to all the kids.  My son picked out a book called Twisters! and has been enthra…

Last week my family and I went to a community science night at a local college, and they were passing out free books to all the kids. My son picked out a book called Twisters! and has been enthra…

Last week my family and I went to a community science night at a local college, and they were passing out  free books to all the kids.  My son picked out a book called Twisters! and has been enthra…

Last week my family and I went to a community science night at a local college, and they were passing out free books to all the kids. My son picked out a book called Twisters! and has been enthra…

Sight Words with snap cubes....Word work and fine motor skills!

Sight Words with snap cubes.extend to math by counting how many cubes are needed for each letter. You might even add up each letter total for the total amount of cubes. You can also graph number of cubes per letter. So many extensions :)