Simple Color Scavenger Hunt for Kids
This simple color scavenger hunt for kids is unbelievably easy to throw together last minute and the kids have fun with it every single year.
The Very Hungry Preschoolers
We are back at it in 2013! We came back to a playground full of snow. Perfect for the month of January. We wasted no time doing some snow activities. Learning to put on our snow clothes is oh so fun too!! It actually went very well. By day two we had it done in 10 minutes. That's just a little less than a minute per child. :)) SUCCESS! Painting snow is so much fun! You can do it again and again and again. A few new centers were out for kids to explore. We counted "snow balls" using our…
How To Create A LEGO Duplo Block Painting - Raising Little Superheroes
Process art like our Duplo Block Painting is an open-ended activity where the focus is on how it is created instead of what it will looks like.
Do a Dot Flower Craft for Kids
As the last of winter disappears and signs of spring begin to pop up all around us, we turn our crafting to all things spring: kites, flowers, rain clouds, rainbows, butterflies, and so much more. We love our Do a Dot Markers and were excited to pull them out and make this flower craft for spring. If you haven't used Do a Dot Markers before, you need to try them. Besides being mess free, dot markers also helps kids develop hand-eye coordination as they direct their marker to the spot on…
40+ Brilliant Teaching Hacks - Pre-K Pages
40+ Brilliant Teaching Hacks for your Preschool or Kindergarten Classroom You WISH you knew sooner! #28 is an amazing time saver!
How many shades of green can you find? Colour chart match for the garden. Pick up one from your local DIY store. http://kidsinthegarden.co.uk
Cotton Wool Ball Painting - alice & amelia
This afternoon we did Cotton Wool Ball Painting. As much as painting with a brush is fun this just introduces something new and acts the same as a sponge just slightly less mess! You will need cotton wool balls and clothes pegs. Simply attach the peg to the cotton wool then use it for dabbing into the paint and onto the paper. I got the colours and the cotton wool all ready for Amelia and sat her down to start. She was so over excited shouting her version of “stamp stamp stamp” every time…