Malene Jensen
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Christmas is the season for magic and a time for fun with family! Keep the magic alive with these activities, brought to you by Northpole and Hallmark.

Add the desired amount of baking soda to a sensory bin or container. Then, slowly mix in shaving cream. I used one large box of baking soda and almost a full can of shaving foam. As you slowly mix in the shaving cream you will discover a fantastic mold-ab

Sue has gotten us a lot of wonderful, new, indoor gym equipment, but at this time of the year, I can't help but "Think Spring". Wouldn't it be fun to build something like this to put in the grass at the far side of the playground?!

DRAMATIC PLAY AREA - Sue has gotten us a lot of wonderful, new, indoor gym equipment, but at this time of the year, I can't help but "Think Spring". Wouldn't it be fun to build something like this to put in the grass at the far side of the playground?

Make an outdoor music wall. Perfect solution for children who want to BANG and experiment with sound, in an area that is less aurally-offensive to others in the class. www.prekandksharing.blogspot.com

Make an outdoor music wall. Ages Respond positively to transitions from desired to less desired activity when paired with music. Moderate movements to tempo (fast/ slow) and dynamics (loud/soft) of music heard.

Another great craft that uses recycled plastic water bottles. This project makes bubbling blowing easier for little hands.

make water bottle bubbles for kids who can't quite blow bubbles yet. I used Fiji water bottles. Kids were amazed that round bubbles came from square bottles