Your kiddos are going to love these frog Oreos. They are so cute with edible eyes, pink heart tongues and pretzel legs! These are perfect to make with your kids in the kitchen for a fun treat or a birthday party.
Make your teaching of Fairy Tales or fractured fairy tales more hands-in and engaging with these 3 craft activities! Includes a total of 10 crafts that are sure to enhance any unit on classic stories and for character traits, points of view and sequencing story events. Fabulous for bulletin boards!
After reading the Princess and the Pea, we used scrap book paper to make this adorable craft. I took pictures of each child wearing a crown while reclining on a table. Simple hand drawn bedposts and a header were added. Don't forget to hot glue the pea under the mattresses! So cute!
Project Based Learning with STEM: Princess and the Pea
Project-based, problem-based and STEM all rolled into one great project! Students dive into the fairy tale, Princess and the Pea. The Royal Pea has been stolen from the Royal museum! Can your students make a marble run to help return the stolen pea? Fairy tales come to life in this project-based re...