DIY- Sensory Bottle Fun

Make your own sensory bottles for a fun DIY activity!

This can also serve as a relaxing activity or serve as a visual “anchor” in order to bring a child’s focus into one place. It has a very calming effect to it, too.

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Classroom Fun for Easter- News 12

If you are having an Easter Party in your classroom we have some fun ideas!

Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti are having fun making cute Easter themed Peep Bunny Cars, Thumbprint Decorated Eggs and cute snacks for your classroom party in this News 12 segment.

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3 FUN WAYS TO DYE EASTER EGGS- News 12

Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti show you fun ways to decorate your Easter Eggs.

We are thinking outside of “the box” for Easter Egg Decorating Fun!

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Thumbrint Eggs for Easter

Turn those precious thumbprints into adorable eggs for Easter!

These adorable eggs are such a cute idea for kids to take home to their families as a classroom activity.

Have eggs hard-boiled ahead of time and give each child an egg, finger paints and markers for a fun activity that turns into an adorable decoration at home.

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Dye your Easter Eggs Naturally

Using vegetables and spices you can create beautiful natural dye eggs.

This method requires an adult boiling the vegetables and spices in water to create the dye. The kids can help once the natural dye is made. The hard-boiled egg will sit in a cup for at least 2 hours to get a bright and vibrant color. The Turmeric yellow/ gold color happens quickly, just 10 minutes for that color. Read more details below!

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Bunny & Chick Juice Boxes

Have an Easter classroom party coming up?

These adorable juice boxes are easy to make and will brighten up your party table. They make for really adorable pictures, too!

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Paper Mache Easter Eggs

It is a Paper Mache crafty kind of day! How colorful and beautiful are these eggs?

I am obsessed with paper mache because it is so inexpensive and fun to make with your kids. Be sure to cover the area you are working with this is a messy job. Fun and messy : )

It takes about 36 hours for the paper mache to dry! It must be completely dry before you can paint it.

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