August 6th is National Wiggle Your Toes Day! Here are some tips that you can use to spoil yourself & some ways to share this day with your students.
To get this day started, you'll need a great pedicure. I like that this pedicure from Ella Pretty Blog is thorough and has lots of products featured that you might like to try. However, one Sephora scrub that is featured is $20. Multiply that cost by all the different products you could use on one pedicure and this turns into an expensive DIY project! I like this pedicure mixture from While He Was Watching ESPN because it has simple, inexpensive ingredients that you can pick up at Wal-Mart.
If you are in the classroom already, here are some ideas that you can share with your kiddos:
1) Read Dr. Seuss' Foot Book - click on the picture above to find it on Amazon
2) Make a Flip Flop Puppet
3) Listen to the Foot Book Song
4) Enter to win my new Flip Flop Facts game
It also includes a mini poster and a worksheet. I love using the idea of "flip-flopping" the addends to help kids understand the commutative property of addition. It's fun and easily for them to visualize.
I'm definitely going to update my pedicure today and spend some time in my well-worn Teva flip flops! How will you "celebrate"?