10 Classroom Projects We Love!

10 Classroom Projects We Love!

Classroom making brings us so much joy, not only to create ourselves, but to see and watch the classroom makes you all come up with! Today, we're feeling a little bit nostalgic and can't help but giggle and get excited revisiting some of our classroom projects we've done over the years. Come along with us! We're going to spend some time visiting 10 of our favorite classroom projects!

Calling all superheros! We are loving these fun Superhero Finger Puppets! Quick and easy to make, this classroom project is sure to bring some excitement and fun to your kids, whether you're encouraging story telling, or just wanting to let them have some fun with their imagination, we can't help but be SUPER happy with the superhero puppets that kids create!

Are you ready for Easter next month? Maybe you'd like taking a crack at this Egg-straordinary Easter Greeting this year! We love how simple and easy this project is, perfect for a classroom banner, flashcards, or anything that you can think of! Die cutting paint chips? Too cute!

Have you ever come up with ideas and activities for Day Light Savings? Sometimes, that extra hour needs to be filled with something fun... like a Bean Bag Toss! With some self adhesive felt, some basic die shapes and some beans- the world is yours to have some amazingly fun activities, both inside and out! (We know you've always wanted to learn how to juggle...)

Ah, St. Patrick's Day. The day of all things green- and getting pinched if you forget to wear something green. But fret not! This St. Patrick's Day project is a pinch saver- and too cute to not make even if you are wearing green. With either a wearable shamrock or an Irish-themed wearable award, everyone will be celebrating with some Irish spirit this St. Patrick's Day!

Have you caught wind of this fun Pinwheel Flashcard project? As much fun as pinwheels are, the excitement with this project comes when making them! Easily create a new way of teaching your kids with these pinwheels, fun for any subject, and guaranteed to be the reason you and your kids are smiling- even if it isn't windy outside.

It's a very Sticky Situation indeed with this classroom project- but SO much fun! This awesome project uses static cling vinyl to create decals- perfect for science lessons, math lessons, or even just having some imagination time! But don't get stuck on this project- we still have a few more to share!

Are you ready for some magic? Allow us to reintroduce you to The Incredible Shrinking Die Cuts! We LOVE how perfectly Sandi explains how to use shrink plastic to make the most charming little projects with your kids! This level of magic is seriously awesome!

Puzzle fun with Poly Foam! We can't get over this Foam Fun project, showing how easily you can create your own puzzle with your kids! The options for this are literally limitless, from being able to add in some math problems, to even having some spelling and grammar added on the puzzles for kids to solve!

The force is strong with this one. We can feel it pulling us in, and we are completely on board with that! May the Magnetic Force Be With You is a hugely exciting project, allowing kids to investigate and interact with how magnets work. These are the magnets you're looking for.

We can't stop bugging out over this Closepin Critter project! With so many different ways to use these crafty critters, we seriously can't decide which option we like best to use them for! Bugs are fun- and this project definitely helped us believe that!

We have so many more projects that we love, and you can check them all out here. We are so excited to see all of your projects through out the rest of the year! If you post pictures on social media, don't forget to hashtag #ellisonedu so we can see and share what you and your class have made! What are some classroom projects that you love?

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