PreK Project- After reading "Too Much Glue" students make themselves their very own glue suits just like in the room. Activity helps with story listening skills, following directions, and fine motor control.
Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater - Free Download. Click on picture - then click on free downloads link at the top.... File is on the right hand side of Free Download page. Jean 1 - 2 - 3 Learn Curriculum
This is such a GREAT idea.. I just tossed a BUNCH of puzzle pieces because my daughter lost so many of them or broke them. I will have to start keeping them and use them for craft projects.... My kids would LOVE this!
Lego printing - looks like it would be great for printing houses and other buildings! - printmaking architecture line shape
Visual Motor Activity with Cars
Stick Sculptures ~ Create natural Art with You kids! Simple stick self portraits Use paper plates as easel - nature walk to collect "nature"
Drawing with Cars ~ Marker Cars is a fun activity that merges art and play
Make Natural Paintbrushes for Kids Art
Hooked on Daddy Handprint Fathers Day Gift
Paint Chip Halloween Craft .
Fall harvest craft for toddlers - Bing Images
FREE This is a set of large upper case letters with a spiders theme. 4 letters to a page. I have included a second set without spiders on the letters, plus a page of spiders, so the children can decorate the letters themselves.
coffee filter flower
Very nice. The parents might hurt each other to bid on it though. LOL
Super cute paper plate apple craft! Perfect for fall units, and easy!
Fingerprint Corn - Great for pre-school aged kids. #Thanksgiving #DIY
Pete the Cat Templates
Space themed sensory table for preschool classroom using fish tank rocks.
DIY: butterfly sun-catchers
crown craft idea, modify to make more regal with red and purples, using plastic jewels and removing streamers.
my kids would love this!!
Dip cups in black paint, press on paper to make design, let dry, then paint inside the spaces
Pooh and Friends Paper Bag Puppets
Handprint Calendar. Have them do their print each month, see how much their hands have grown by the end of the year!