Use Cheerios, craft paper, and school glue to make textured, "corn on the cobb" crafts with your kids!

Cheerio Corn on the Cob - Kid Craft

Art Objective: Given paint, students will be able to create their own animal with their handprint Goals: To develop fine motor skills

Art Objective: Given paint, students will be able to create their own animal with their handprint Goals: To develop fine motor skills

"Scribbles may not make any sense to an adult. They look like a lot of lines, loops, and squiggles. But these marks are very important to a young child. They are a child's way of writing her thoughts. Drawing and scribbling are the first steps in using the skills children will need later for writing." - Mincemoyer, 2013 — Alphabet Academy South Twos http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #scribbles #importance #mincemoyer #twos

"Scribbles may not make any sense to an adult. They look like a lot of lines, loops, and squiggles. But these marks are very important to a young child. They are a child's way of writing her thoughts. Drawing and scribbling are the first steps in using the skills children will need later for writing." - Mincemoyer, 2013 — Alphabet Academy South Twos http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #scribbles #importance #mincemoyer #twos

Craft for Toddlers: Nature Collage Suncatcher

Craft for Toddlers: Nature Collage Suncatcher

These are toddler activities that are perfect for toddlers that are 2 years old. This is just the age that we tried these activities in our house. These activities may be suitable for other ages. As well as not suitable for your child that is of this age.

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