Cute game for Valentine’s Day. When you say “go” they start putting q-tips into one end of the straw and blowing through the straw to “shoot” their arrow. The goal is to get q-tips into the bowl. Fun!
Category: Scout Meeting
Using an Altoids tin – Genius!
Make your own – this one includes: a half-dozen colorful plastic markers, sixteen cardboard ‘winks’, a folding game board, some grid paper, a pencil, five dice, a deck of ‘mini’ playing cards, a pad of Post-it notes, and a laminated cheat sheet for some favorite games.
Cute little project – make these, then start your kids on learning about money and spending!
- 2 pieces of exterior fabric, 5 x 9 inches
- 1 piece of exterior fabric for pocket, 5 x 5.5 inches
- 1 piece of contrasting fabric, 5 x 7 inches
- 1 piece of medium weight fusible interfacing, 4 x 8 inches
- 1 snap fastener
Stencil your favorite destinations or a design to match your room.
Found a funky folding chair? Make it great again!
- Folding chair
- Spray paint of choice, like Rustoleum.
- Material to match, about 1/2 yard
- Leg caps if needed
- Staple gun
Purchase (or ask for a donation of) a box of golf pencils for your classroom. When a student forgets their pencil, they have a cheap alternative, and you wont mind if they don’t get returned. Get a box for under $10. And since students don’t like that they’re so small and have no erasers, they’re more motivated to bring their own.
Great idea via
Would be a cute project for a girl scout meeting too – Cuuute!
Me and My Peeps Stationery from Expressionery
Little Windows Resin starter kit
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