No-Sew Tunic, Skirts & Capes

No-Sew Tunic, Skirts & Capes

Costumes don’t need to be confined to the drama department. They are engaging, hands-on ways to explore history, cultures, commerce, and geography. They can be used to enhance the study of literature through role playing and can add to the …

Envelope Books

Envelope Books

Book-making progresses from simple to complicated, making the process great for any age and all learning levels in the class. This particularly easy-to-make project has a variety of uses from pocket poetry to creative research presentations, plus it can enhance …

T-Stick Puppets

T-Stick Puppets

Suggested Reused Materials: Base: a dowel, chop stick, frame piece, natural wood or cardboard tube Arms: Popsicle stick, skewer, chop stick, cardboard strips, straws Head: Styrofoam ball, plastic Christmas ornament, model magic, felt, fabric, ping pong ball, large beads, belt …

Sock Puppet

Sock Puppet

Puppets inspire students to read, reread, rearrange, recreate, and retell stories. Sock puppets are flexible and tactile tools for bringing historical and fictional characters to life, creating engaging presentations for informational text, and expressing emotions and feelings. Suggested Materials List: Body: sock …

Bird Mask

Bird Mask

Bird masks provide an engaging hands-on experience for science, ELA, or social studies lessons. Using a combination of colors, textures, and materials, this simple guide can serve as a template for creating any bird. Suggested Reused Materials: poster board or …