MAGIC MARCH POTIONS
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
The three witches in Macbeth knew how to make magic potions and you will, too, with these recipes! They’re great for experimenting, exploring, molding, squishing, and manipulating.
You’ll also be able to add a little magic to any day with this video called “The Dinosaur Boogie.” See video at bottom of this page.
(Every magician needs a magic wand, so here’s one for you!)
cardboard roller from a pants hanger
Take a sheet of foil and lay it diagonally on the table. Place the cardboard roller on one point and slowly roll it in the foil towards the opposite point. Tape the end of the foil and trim the ends. Dip one end of the wand in glue and then roll it in glitter. Taa daa!
•Let your students make magic wands with a chopstick, glue, and glitter. First, dip the end of the chopstick in glue and then roll it in glitter. Dry and you are ready to make a little magic.