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Make Salt Dough Dinosaur Fossils with your kids - so easy to do and really works well.

Easy Dinosaur Fossils to Make with Kids

Fun Salt Dough Dinosaur Fossils to make with preschoolers and kinder aged children - paint them to make them even more realistic.

Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner!

Preschool- Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner! Easy to make: paper plates, watercolors, hot glue, assorted ribbon, and googly eyes!

Digging for dinosaur bones...Make bones from salt dough, bake, and bury!

Digging for Dinosaur Bones Maths Game

What a fun extension for math: graphing, measuring. Digging for dinosaur bones. Make bones from salt dough, bake, and bury.

The Rainbow Fish and Elmer The Elephant Window Art.  Book inspired artwork from The Rainbow Fish and Elmer The Elephant. This window Art is suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. Simply use recycled sweet wrappers and contact paper.

Window Art - The Rainbow Fish and Elmer The Elephant

The Rainbow Fish and Elmer The Elephant Window Art. Book inspired artwork from The Rainbow Fish and Elmer The Elephant. This window Art is suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. Simply use recycled sweet wrappers and contact paper.

Great idea for a jungle small world made with play dough

Jungle small world :: play dough fun

Jungle small world :: play dough fun On offer today we had some homemade green play dough, some leaves and flowers picked from the garden, and a few stalks of broccoli.

Sensory Play Under the Sea’ – netting, blue voile fabric, green ribbons, shells, small world sea creatures, green glitter.

Sensory Play Under the Sea’ – netting, blue voile fabric, green ribbons, shells…

Under the sea: science activity. We let children explore shells in a variety of ways, in our sand table, and at our science table with magnifying glasses.

Under the sea: science activity. We let children explore shells in a variety of ways, in our sand table, and at our science table with magnifying glasses. Have a sheet or board set up to match what they see to names and impacts?

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