Karen Samuels
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Kids will love these critters, including cute caterpillars and lovely ladybugs.                 What You'll Need: 1 egg carton; tempera paint (red, green, black); paintbrushes; glue; googly eyes; pipe cleaners (black and brown); white tissue paper; craft needle or  push pin; scissors; markers; hot-glue gun, tissue paper (optional)                 Make It: Bugs can be made from one egg cup or from several cups cut in a row. Cut off the top of the carton, leaving just the bottom. Separate…

Repurpose empty egg cartons into bugs! A little paint, a few pipe cleaners, and googly eyes (glued on by Mom or Dad) instantly turn an egg carton into a cute critter.

Every form and check

Every form and check

5 insightful tips for taking control of your chatty class. This post is AWESOME and includes free tools for all the suggestions!

5 insightful tips for taking control of your chatty class. This post is AWESOME and includes free tools for all the suggestions! All of the second graders!

What do you do when you have a bunch of wiggle worms in your class?! This guest post on Minds in Bloom shares four ways to accommodate students who are extra wiggly to help them find success and to help you improve your classroom management.

What do you do when you have a bunch of wiggle worms in your class?! This guest post on Minds in Bloom shares four ways to accommodate students who are extra wiggly to help them find success and to help you improve your classroom management.

Examples of how we react vs. respond to our kids

Examples of how we react vs. respond to our kids. This is awesome parenting advice for curating your words! What a difference. Our kids are our replica remember 😉