Tot School: Farm - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
Can't find a farm to bring the kids to? Try this milk a cow fine motor activity to bring the farm into the classroom! Perfect for a farm theme in tot school, preschool, or the kindergarten classroom.
My niece Leslie is expecting her first baby in a few months. She’s been grounded by her doctor and decided to the best way to be productive in a non-strenuous way was to start her own SBI site. Since she learned so much and had so much fun decorating her nursery, she decided to build …
The Three Billy Goats Gruff STEAM Bridge Building Activity for Kids -
With a little engineering and creativity kids can help the Three Billy Goats Gruff escape by building a bridge strong enough to hold baby gruff, middle gruff, and of course big gruff. This is a fun hands on activity to enjoy after story time with your preschooler or kindergartner. I have a free printable for […]
Craft Stick Bridge Building Activity for Preschoolers | HOAWG
Challenge your preschooler with a craft stick bridge building activity. It's a creative play idea that also works on fine motor skills and problem-solving!
GREEN EGGS AND HAM Dr Seuss treats #DrSeuss #KidRecipe - A Thrifty Mom - Recipes, Crafts, DIY and more
Spread the love Dr Seuss GREEN EGGS AND HAM treats This week is Dr. Seuss week at my kids school, everything they eat, wear or do has to do with Dr. Seuss. They think it is so much fun, and I love their excitement about learning. My mother in law made these adorable Green Eggs and …
Pre-Nursery : Craft Letter Week [G-H-I-J]
Fritz is currently 27 months 4 weeks We spent this week for making some alphabet craft. Craft Letter G *Giraffe* Cut the yellow cons...
We made a gingerbread man in preschool
As we continue to explore the Five Senses of Christmas we had fun with our sense of taste (and smell) as we had a little Gingerbread man fun! To kick start our Gingerbread fun, we read "The Gingerbread Loose
Fun Toddler Craft: Clothespin Grasshoppers
As I was looking around my crafting supplies today trying to come up with something to make with MillerBug while it rained, I realized that we hadn't used our clothespins in a while and since those are one of my favorite craft supplies for toddlers (like, ever) we decided we'd pull them out and put them to use. Now, here lately we've been a little obsessed with bugs! Being outside so much for summer, we see plenty of them. Now, making spiders was out of the question (ewwww) and ants, well…