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It's super fun and easy to make these fun Glow Spheres! 


As always, I like to keep things simple and engaging! 


All you need is florescent paint, water, oil, droppers and a black light. 


Put an inch or so of oil in a container (I used a shoebox sized plastic storage tu...


Dark spots on Glow Day drive me crazy! 


I love Glow Day. It's a blast for the kids and for me, but I cannot stand to have dark places in my room. 


Melinda Myers came up with a brilliant idea when she did a Glow-in-the-Dark Birthday Party for her little boy's 5th Birthd...


Symmetry is one of those math concepts that I enjoy teaching.


The main reason I love teaching about symmetry is because there are so many fun ways to do it!


Glow in the Dark Blob Aliens are at the top of my list of fun ways to teach symmetry!


Buy a bottle of florescent...


We love Glow Day in our class! 


One of the biggest hits this year was the 'Glow Bead Marble Run'. These glowing beads look amazing going down the marble run! 


This is one of the many glow-in-the-dark ideas included in our 'S is for Space' themed Lesson Plan pack.



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