A shared resource for all those helping to coordinate volunteer time in classrooms everywhere.
Welcome to Room Mom Central
School begins...and just as room moms in every classroom begin to plan a year's worth of classroom parties...I turned to the internet in search of resources, where I was inspired to create my own place for resources.
I am a teacher. I have been very fortunate to have had so many great parent volunteers throughout the years. I am also a room mom/classroom volunteer for my own child.
Please feel free to add your ideas...and comment on activities that have worked (or not worked) for you.
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Planning a Party (minus the chaos)
Here are a few of the many ways in which you could organize your classroom party.
Rotating Stations: Length of time: 1 hour Rotate every 15 minutes, four times.
1. Craft 2. Game 3. Game or Craft 4. Snack time
Rotating Stations: Length of time: 1 hour Rotate every 15 minutes, three times.
1. Craft 2. Game 3. Game or Craft
The last 15 minutes: Snack time for everyone
I prefer this option, especially with younger children. This gives them time to eat, and also gives them somewhere to go if they finish a game/craft early.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Here are a few great ideas for your next Halloween or Fall Harvest Party in the classroom (or at home). All of these ideas and more can be found at: It's Written on the Wall.
This website was created to share ideas collected from many, many sources in a general, easy to use format. I do my best to note the source of the idea...but even teachers make mistakes. If you notice something I missed, please let me know about it.