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The only way to succeed is to NOT worry about what anyone else is doing! Need to remember this!!'

EVERYTHING you need to throw the best Doc McStuffins party ever! Food ideas (band aid cookies, McStuffins Muffins, pretzel rod thermometers, frosting shots, etc) decorations, free printables (food labels, water bottle labels, cupcake and muffin toppers, wrist bands, etc), craft tutorials, and lots of photos collected from around the web. Includes links for where to buy supplies as well!

This free product contains 12 injury cards and instructions that I created for a Band-Aid activity which teaches the difference between fair and equal. Laminate to use year after year. I teach this lesson during the first week of school. It may be familiar to many teachers; unfortunately I am unsure of the original source for the idea behind the lesson. If you find this freebie useful, please come back to rate it! Thank you! UPDATED 8/7/2013: Added 2 additional versions of the injury…

Doc McStuffins Band-Aid Cookie cutters

Teaching Fairness--band-aid activity ....this is a short but highly effective way to show kids that fair doesn't always mean the same!!

In 1950, the publishers of Little Golden Books published Doctor Dan The Bandage Man, about a little boy named Dan who is out playing with his friends and scratches his finger.

❤ FREE ❤ Fun Fractions with M&Ms - Materials Needed: 1 snack pack of M&M candies (per student) My students ALWAYS love this lesson! I've successfully completed this activity with 2nd, 4th and 5th grade classes. Have fun =)