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paint filled eggs to throw @ a canvas.

Paint Filled Eggs on Canvas ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Teddy bear prints! Melbourne based artist Geoffrey Ricardo "who specialises in sculpture and prints" in residence at the Art Vault in Mildura (country Australia).

My Five Senses (+ printable)... Simply by being thoughtful about what children touch, hear, see, and smell during a learning experience, we can turn an ordinary lesson into lasting memory.

Have old CDs and cases around? I love this word wheel!

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Early Elementary Activities

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spider leg clothes pin counting and number matching - great for preschoolers

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Spiders and Bats in Preschool

momto2poshlildivas.com

Hanukkah Traditions for Kids

Hanukkah Traditions for Kids - Hanukkah for Kids

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lots of great printing ideas with brayers/rolling pins here

Put real spiderwebs on paper... great way to preserve a spiderweb on paper to explore/look at

All Things Beautiful: Summer Fun

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Animal tracks are not alike...

Preschool activity | Animal tracks are not alike

teachpreschool.org

Sticky Blocks: Velcro on wooden blocks makes playing with blocks a new, fun experience, plus great for fine motor strengthening (No Twiddle Twaddle)

Sticky Blocks: Easy Busy Bag - No Twiddle Twaddle

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Watercolour spray paint! Creative Development. Fine motor skills. Foundation Stage. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Watercolor Spray Paint

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Measuring / comparing everyday objects. Foundation Stage. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

This is great for mark making and lovely outdoor play on a hot day! So simple, no clean up! Fill up a trug with water, add mops, brushes, brooms, sponges, spray bottles. Sit back while your children play. Dipping their tools in and making marks all over the garden/pavement/shed. :)