Sunday, May 9, 2010

CRAYON TREES

Here's a great way to store crayons for each child in a classroom, on an individualized tower. You'll want to create the "x" cuts first, then hand out recycled paper towel tubes for your students to decorate (add glitter, gems, stickers, etc.). After they have dried, students can insert their crayons and create their own crayon trees - easy and quite delightful! You can send these crayon towers home at the end of the school year as well, to dispense with all of your used crayons for the year.
http://www.toddlertoddler.com/todayscrayontree.htm

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