Monday, August 1, 2011


Lets face it. Small things are cute.

Like tiny boxes...
Really Useful Boxes from Staples for $.25 this week.
Don't know what I'm using these babies for yet!
And tiny bins...
Metal Storage Bins from Office Depot for $1 each and Vinyl Pouches for $.05 each this week.
Can you tell blue is my color? And those pouches will be great for student binders. (I'll return throughout the week to get more, hehe!)
And tiny water squirters. 
Gotta love Dollar Tree!
I think the puzzle pictured above will be the one I use for my 100 days of school project recommended by Peace, Love and Kindergarten. I will purposefully build the puzzle from the bottom up so they have a challenge in figuring out what it is! 

The water squirters can supplement my Write Out of the Box kit (another great training that I failed to mention). Inside this fun box are fine motor activities like Squishy Fish, which these little creatures could imitate. 

However, the cutest thing of all are the tiny prices! :)


Jill said...

I bought those pencil pouches too! And I LOVE the puzzle idea! You picked a good puzzle too. Maybe I will think about doing this... I have too many thoughts in my brain! And now my thoughts are convoluted thanks to the green people, haha!

Marvelous Multiagers!

Meredith said...

I love those tiny boxes! I have been considering getting little containers to put individual portions of math manipulatives in-so if each kid needs 10 unifix cubes for a math lesson then I can just pass out the containers. Last year I used ziploc baggies-but they just aren't that durable! I need those pencil pouches too-good thing I live less than a mile from Office Depot so I can make lots of trips!
Keen on Kindergarten

Jennifer Knopf said...

lol I got those same little boxes - in every color they had! I have no idea what I'm going to do with them, but at that price how could I pass them up?!

Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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