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Gel boards as alternatives to sand trays

Institute for Multi-Sensory Education’s Orton Gillingham Catalog for Orton Gillingham reading programs

No mess!  Fill Ziplock bags with hair gel, food coloring and glitter.  Students can practice writing/forming letters, numbers, shapes etc.

hair gel, food coloring, glitter - my kids LOVE these! Make sure you put tape or something over the zipper side of the bag! We had problems with leaking after they were played with for a while. :) Hair gel and food coloring

Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool | Teach Preschool

Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool

To make these really cool sensory bags, all you need is some hair gel, baggies, and food color. I purchased hair gel from the Dollar Store and used food color that comes in tubes to make the bright colors…

How I Use Mailing Labels to Grade My Students' Notebooks | The TpT Blog

How I Use Mailing Labels to Grade My Students' Notebooks

print rubrics on sticky labels - duh, brilliant! I need to get some larger labels to do my art rubrics! Such a great idea!

Goo bags - recipe for goo.  I've had it suggested to use an entire bottle of dollar store hair gel, but this is probably just as inexpensive, and you can make whatever VIBRANT colours you want.

Sensory mats - "Goo bags - recipe for goo. I've had it suggested to use an entire bottle of dollar store hair gel, but this is probably just as inexpensive, and you can make whatever VIBRANT colours you want." Letter writing with fingers or Q-tips.

Teach Junkie - 42 Free Fonts for Teachers {Goodie Bag}

42 Free Fonts for Teachers

Teach Junkie - 42 Free Fonts for Teachers {Goodie Bag} I know I've pinned a lot of these, but these are all categorized.

make a flip book to practice reading CVC words and substituting sounds in words to make new words!

This is great for developing fluency and phonemic awareness with CVC words! make a flip book to practice reading CVC words and substituting sounds in words to make new words!

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