Readers’ Favorite: Our collection of Valentine’s Day activities in a variety of subjects and levels. Make some pink applesauce and stained glass hearts, read a Valentine’s Day book, play a few games and then do a quick science lesson by studying your heart rate. That’s a festive day!
Fall has officially arrived, and now that we’re gearing up for cooler weather and a new crop of goodies, apples have become a hot topic. This compilation of apple activities and crafts comes direct from our T2T contributors.
Soft cocoa, peanut butter and oatmeal cookies, cooked on the stovetop.
These crunchy-chewy candies are a perfect Halloween treat to share with your class. Note that the recipe calls for the ingredients to come to a boil on a cooktop.
These no-bake oatmeal bars are pressed into a 9″ square baking dish and refrigerated. Mix and match ingredients to create a yummy “granola bar.”
A delicious chocolaty-coconut cookie recipe that is classroom friendly. Requires melted butter.
These no-bake Peppermint Candies could also pass as “cookies” if you stretch your imagination a bit.
No-bake cookies made from orange juice concentrate and vanilla wafers.