It doesn’t have to be summer in order to enjoy ice cream or fruity popsicles, especially the paper kind. Today we are sharing a fun project using a variety of Hygloss Papers and Pop stixs to make our own splice of summer. If we can’t enjoy the summer weather now, then we are bringing it […]
Bring Fall into your classroom Why am I sharing these fantastic fall bulletin ideas with you? Winter is great because it has snow and fun holidays, spring brings butterflies and sunshine, and summer needs no explanation (ice cream, beaches, vacation and lazy days) but Fall? What does the autumn season have to offer us? Actually […]
It’s been a long winter! One of my favorite crafts is to make a bright reminder that Spring is around the corner. Whether you are a crafter, parent, student or teacher, we can all relate to the anticipation of when the snow melts, the air warms and the plants start to grow. By creating this bright […]
Now that Fall has officially arrived, we are thrilled to see the leaves changing colors and sweaters and boots being worn. Best of all, it’s time for some great fall activities. From hay rides to apple and pumpkin picking, to pumpkin carving, to Halloween and Thanksgiving, there are countless great ways to celebrate the season. […]
If you’re a teacher, and one who enjoys making fun, creative bulletin boards for your classroom, then submit your original bulletin board design at http://www.hyglossproducts.com/Design_Challenge_Contest_a/412.htm and win great prizes! What’s the challenge? For teachers of pre-school through elementary age children. Just design a dynamic classroom bulletin board using ANY 3 Hygloss Products such as bulletin […]
Here’s a kids craft that can be adapted for any holiday or occasion. When working on Valentines crafts, of course, kids will make them in a heart shape, with reds, pinks and whites. These make great Valentines decorations for bulletin boards, windows, refrigerators or doors. And if your students write (or dictate for you to write) messages on the back, they can also be used as homemade Valentines cards.
My son Alex, three, can not pass a single leaf on the ground – let alone a pile of leaves – without stomping on it. Whenever this happens, our whole family breaks out into a song I learned when I was in kindergarten. “Crunchy, crunchy, hear the noise/ made in leaves by girls and boys. /Oh what fun to walk in leaves/ that have fallen from the trees/ crunchy, crunchy hear the sound/ fallen leaves upon the ground.” This time of year always makes me want to do fall crafts for kids at home and with my preschoolers in the classroom as well.
My bulletin boards aren’t always thematic. It depends on my mood and the ideas that hit me over the summer. This year I told you already, I’m really excited about my creations. They really add to the classroom and I can’t wait to have fun with them. They’re interactive and already familiar to the kids.