55 Ladybug Painted Rocks Ideas | How to Make It
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Make a Ping Pong Ball Launcher! - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Shoot ping pong balls through the air with this fun (and simple!) homemade toy. You probably have everything on hand to make one, and it’s a great opportunity to learn about the transfer of energy also. Yay for STEM learning! We found this idea on arvindguptatoys.com, and it’s a brilliant idea! Pull the string back […]
Ladybug Painted Rocks
Very cute ladybug painted rocks!! I have red, blue, yellow, and orange pre-made. They are between 2-3 inches for length and width. These stones are the perfect garden accessory and would make a great gift for anyone who loves ladybugs! This listing is for ONE stone and includes FREE SHIPPING. Please specify the color(s) you would like when placing the order. There are many other uses for these painted rocks: paperweights, teacher gifts, or incorporate them into your home decor or garden…
Montessori-Inspired Ladybug Life Cycle 3-Part Cards
I was going through all my 3-part matching cards for Safari Ltd products and realized that I hadn't done all the life cycle sets yet. Since it&…
Ladybug Life Cycle Craft
This is a fun craft that teaches children about the life cycle of a ladybug. Cut out the ladybug pieces and glue together to create a beautiful life cycle display. A great hands-on activity to assess student understanding of the life cycle of a ladybug.
All About Spring!
I LOVE spring! The days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and we get to learn about some of my favorite subjects! I always like to talk about the season of spring the week we get back from sprin…
If our forecast is correct, we're headed into some sunny days. So, this morning, even though it was still raining, or maybe because it was still raining, we made a craft to celebrate the outdoor days we hope are coming up. We started with a spider, a climbing spider, sort of like the super hero climbing creatures we made last year. This time, we cut two circles, using two different sized drinking glasses for a pattern, out of thin cardboard (construction paper would work just as well). We…