I have it now. So check it out and see if it works for you. Comments please, I want to know what is on your mind.
I have also tried a larger font. It is easier on my eyes.
In the meantime, are you saving these:
Frosting cans (save the lids too)
Don't you love the wording on the cup? One of my favorite gifts from a parent!
scissors, pencils, crayons, hole punches storage
game supplies: cubes, rings, cards
Breakfast Buddies containers (I told you I save a variety of things.)My grandson loves these Breakfast cereals. I first liked the octagon shape. I was sure I could find a use in the classroom for these such as:
Small sorting cups for beads first comes to mind.
Glue mixture and sponge
Use for paint stamping
Use to roll die into so they don't fall on the floor
So I have a stack of them. Do you have any ideas?
I put coins for sorting.
Pennies for stacking in groups of 10.
There are different sizes and colors. Each student can have their own prefilled tube for activities.
Fine motor skills
I have just discovered another blog.
Check out Jamie's daily challenges. Such a creative mom.
Since my grandson is 20 months, I am looking for developmental activities. He was having a bit of a meltdown so grandma to the rescue. Today we played with a strainer and pipe cleaners.I adapted by cutting the pipe cleaners for easier manipulation. Later we could use the varied lengths and colors for sorting.