"Snow in Seconds" is a fabulous idea for any classroom in a desert. Just add water and the powder turns into fluffy, cold snow!
Here are the gifts... They are reindeer candy tins with an ornament (and candy) inside! I printed off 2 quick sheets of Avery 8160 labels for the gift tags.
We graphed the different colors of Gummi Bears.
We made these yummy "Turkey Oreos".
Before school, I filled the bowls, so I just had to put them on the tables and students were able to grab as they needed. It was a great day and the students had a blast!
On a sheet of labels, I typed 30 Indian names. The brown are boys' names and the red are girls'. The kids (and parents) loved this. They thought it was funny when I would use their Indian name, instead of real name.I used the labels as name tags and stuck it to their shirts.
Fall has finally hit our playground. Now, the children can see this "leaf color change" I have been talking about!
We frosted pumpkin-shaped cookies and the students had a blast putting as much candy as the could on top. The parents donated all of the cookies, frosting, and candy.
We finished the day off with spider hats (here is the link) and Cheetos on the playground. After the Cheetos were eaten, I told them their orange fingers were from pumpkin dust... Boy, what a day!
What did YOU do in your classroom?