I like the look of this fella if made out of salt dough, each section a different colour. Press pencils in to each section to make a pencil holder, then leave to dry. Thereafter have a decorative, homemade Montessori coloured pencil holder. Simples. :-) Butterflies and caterpillars.
Play dough is a wonderful resource that fosters play, communication, imagination, creativity, fine motor skills, color recognition, color mixing, and the list goes on. It can be homemade or store bought and the kinds of things you can add to play dough is really endless. Adding props to play dough is just one of many
Exploring shapes with young children can be such fun when you involve a few animals friends from The Gruffalo. Using playful shapes let’s explore the characters in the book created by Julia Donaldson to create Shape Animals. The Gruffalo is a playful story based on an old Chinese folktale of a fox and a tiger. Julia creates …
Five Senses Bear: Materials - cotton balls, bells, sandpaper, bubblegum, googly eyes. Also, blue, brown, and white construction paper NOTE: Dip cotton ball in scent (perfume, extract, etc.) for scent (nose) NOTE 2: Did this activity today. It turned out adorably! The kids used talcum powder for the scent on the cotton nose.