All you need is some small stones, (I got this bag at the Dollar store but you can also find them at Walmart or craft stores too), Mod Podge, letter stickers, and a paintbrush.
First step is to place one letter sticker onto each stone. I placed mine on the top curved part of the stone.
Next, using the paintbrush, cover the entire top of the stone with Mod Podge, sticker and all.
Let them dry and you now have your very own set of letter stones to use with any games or resources that you have. They can be used individually to spell words, practice letter/sound recognition, letter/sound identification, and so much more.
Another craft that I do every year is birthday balloons. I make these all over the summer so when a student’s birthday “sneaks” up on me then I’m prepared! I got this idea from the amazing Rachelle from What the Teacher Wants. Here is the link to her directions and printouts. They are so easy to make and the kids love them! All you need is jumbo Pixie Sticks and the balloon printout. How much easier can that be 🙂
Here are a few projects that I hope to tackle this summer. Click on the pictures for the links!
What projects are you tackling this summer? I’d love to get more great ideas to add to my list!
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