DIY Counting Activity - Simple & Educational
I wanted to create a fun counting activity for my son today. I realized I could use one of his favorite snacks, Fruit Loops, as part of the activity. Since my son is only two, I figured using a cupcake tray with six spaces would be a great start for number recognition and counting practice. A cupcake tray is also great for holding multiple Fruit Loop counters. I took cupcake liners and placed a number sticker within each liner. I did not want to use a marker so he could reuse and eat the…
Building 2D & 3D Shapes with Craft Sticks - In The Playroom
Over the summer holidays, I’ve joined together with a group of bloggers to bring you weekly craft and play ideas using simple supplies from around the home or garden. We’re starting with sticks (either sticks from outdoors, or craft sticks). Make sure to check out all of the other fun stick ideas linked at the […]
Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten
Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten.Free printables and activity pages for free.Lots of worksheets and coloring pages..
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‘Tell the time’ clock // free printable
My boys are learning to tell the time at the moment. I tried to find a printable ‘learning clock’ online, but struggled to find a decent one, so it seemed like a good idea to make my own. There are …
Pirates' Gold Number Play
We've been exploring Pirate Week here at our house. We all love pirates; in fact I realized I've never shared this picture from this past Halloween of our whole family in their pirate wear. So when Big Brother asked for a "Pirate Week" I couldn't resist. Beyond reading some pirate books, wearing our pirate costumes, and talking like a pirate this week I wanted to create some fun learning and crafting opportunities around pirates. I've been thinking for a while about how to turn Big Brother's…
Dinosaurs for Preschoolers - Part 1
"Dinosaur Week" was a much awaited week at our house. I think most schools and household probably hold this week much earlier in the season but until I started received dinosaur skulls and dinosaur figures, I didn't see much interest in dinosaurs under this roof. Adrian has had a giant floor puzzle with a dinosaur theme for nearly a year now and has completed it maybe 2-3 times at most (and he lovessss puzzles!) so this tells you how little interest he's had in the past. Somehow, when the…
How to make a paper plate clock
Whether you are teaching your children to tell the time or just want a great craft activity, a paper plate clock is an excellent way to get talking about time as you make one