Preschool: Things that Grow
Preschool: Things that Grow
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Digging for sight words sensory tub - could dig for colors/shapes/numbers/etc during Circle Time!
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Digging for Carrot Sight Words Activity
Digging for sight words! Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.
Digging for Carrot Sight Words Activity - The Imagination Tree
Where Questions Vehicles Adapted Book.
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Where Questions Vehicles Adapted Book. Transportation theme
The Communication Window
showing water moving through plants.... WAY cooler than the typical white carnations or celery!!
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"I've seen this done with celery, but this is pretty cool...Looks good for showing water moving through plants" - preschool science activity
Science experiment to teach kids about water movement and plants. water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water
Xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water. Possible science project idea for the kids??
Science activity for preschool or school age kids. Showing water moving through plants. This works with celery also, but this photo shows napa cabbage, and it really shows the colors. Pinned by Child Care Aware of Central Missouri.
https://flic.kr/p/78vmRa | Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water - 1 | 1) Take Celery or Napa Cabbage (largest you can find) and slice a stalk halfway up the middle. 2) Place two clear containers close together. Add a few drops of food coloring in two different colors to the jars. 3) Add water to the jars to fill to about 1.5 inches deep. 4) Wait about 8 hours and observe the difference! Plants use little tubes to transport water from where they have it (the ground, usually) to where they need it (in their leaves, where it is "breathed out" through little pores called stomata. These tubes are called xylem - <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xylem" rel="nofollow">en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xylem</a>. When we place the bottom of the cut stem in dyed water, the leaf continues to breathe out water through the stomata, and that acts like sucking pressure on the straw-like tubes of the xylem, so the dyed water is drawn up through the leaf. On the way, it colors the xylem tubes and you can see how they network through the leaf. Pretty! There is another set of tubes called phloem that carry sugars and other food from the leaves (where they are made from the energy of sunlight) to all other parts of the plant that need it. I made this for my K/1 class, to show the kids, and it was so pretty that we used it as a table centerpiece at home afterwards! :-)
How to Plant a Flower Flow Map
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The Autism Adventures of Room 83: How to Plant a Flower Flow Map
How to Plant a Flower Flow Map
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OT Activity of the Week: Simple Origami Tulips Springtime Fine Motor/ Craft - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
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Create Springtime Art with Simple Origami Tulips
Origami Tulips - Mother's Day Craft idea
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Make a beautiful garden scene with some simple origami paper tulips. With only a few folds, this is a great...
Resultado de imagem para easy origami flower for kids step by step
Simple origami tulip art project
3D Flower Diagrams - Create great opportunities for nonfiction writing!
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Crayon Bits - a first grade blog: 3D Flower Diagrams
3D Flower Diagrams – Green straws make the stems & cupcake papers make the flower. Sunflower seeds are glued in the middle of the cupcake paper. Break apart one seed & put part of the shell down in the soil to represent where the plant sprouted from. Great idea to start in the beginning so the kids can watch the progress. Use glass jar/ ie jelly, mason, set next to this display.Place seen close to the glass so they can see the roots.
Flower art project to learn the different parts of a flower. Ideal for 1st grade but can be modified for any grade
a first grade blog: 3D Flower Diagrams
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Gardening Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations | Preschool Printables
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spring garden colors and shapes preschool printable
Go to this link for a great gardening lesson for preschool and toddler ages
Gardening Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations
parts of a flower, good for my things that grow unit
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Science: First Grade activity to go along with naming the various parts of the plant. This can be done as an assessment project after a unit or lesson on plant parts. 1-2.2 Illustrate the major structures of plants (including stems, roots, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds).
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Mrs. Plant's Press: flowers - Week 11
Cute springtime craft with the kids.
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spring crafts for kids. Spring Flower thumb print!
Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Showing newest posts with label spring crafts/activities. Show older posts Friday, May 6, 2011 fun food friday: a simple flower lunch funfood41 Hello! This weeks fun food friday was made after the kiddos had the stomach flu, so it was another light lunch. They're just starting to get their appetites back, poor little things. I think my kids lived on crackers for a few days. They really loved this lunch and it only took a few minutes to throw together. That's a winning combination if you ask me. Here's how I made it: 4 saltine cracker and peanut butter "sandwiches" with a slice of cucumber for a flower stem and flower kiwis with apple centre. flower silicone cups filled with unsweetened strawberry kiwi applesauce with sprinkles and sliced kiwis. Have a great weekend everyone! Posted by Jill at 2:37 PM 12 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: fun food friday, spring crafts/activities Wednesday, April 6, 2011 FREE Spring Crafts eBook I was beyond thrilled when Allie from No Time for Flashcards (I know you all know that site!) contacted me and asked me to submit a craft for her free Spring Crafts eBook. She worked with Mandi, from Life...Your Way , and they created this awesome eBook to share with everyone. It's a collaboration of more than 25 fabulous Spring crafts coming from 15 wonderful bloggers. I shared my thumbprint hyacinth craft. I am so excited to be able to share this with my readers. Get your FREE eBook here and have fun creating with the kiddos and checking out the other wonderful crafts and bloggers: Click HERE to download your FREE copy Posted by Jill at 8:00 PM 7 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: crafts, spring crafts/activities Sunday, April 3, 2011 balloon print very hungry caterpillar My kids love The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. It's probably one of their favourite books of all time. I even did a very hungry caterpillar birthday party for Cam's first birthday. You can see his party here . When I saw these balloon print caterpillars on Moments of Mommyhood, I knew I wanted to make them with the kids. Sandy has so many amazing crafts on her blog, you really should go check it out! We had lots of fun stamping balloons. The one pictured is the best one (thanks to some help from me!). Lots of them had extra heads and body parts thanks to Cam! We won't show you those ones. They're a little scary! This was really fun and easy. Plus, I thought that caterpillars would make a great spring time craft. I think next time we do it, I'll use different colours. I didn't love the blue and green paint together. I think they would look awesome if you could mix 2 different shades of green together for the body. Here's how you make them: What you'll need: paper red paint green paint (use 2 different shades of green, or use blue like me) blue paint (optional) 2 balloons paper plates sharpies or paint for the details Directions: 1. blow up your balloons just a little bit so the bottom is a small circle. Tie them. 2. pour some red paint on one paper plate. 3. on your other paper plate pour 2 shades of green or green and blue paint - pour them right on top of each other. Don't mix them up. This will give you a cool tie-dyed effect when you stamp them. 4. dip the end of one of your balloons in the red paint and stamp it on the paper for your caterpillar's head. 5. dip your other balloon in the green paint and stamp it on the paper in a caterpillar body shape. 6. when dry, either paint or draw on the details - antennae, eyes, nose, legs Posted by Jill at 12:27 PM 17 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: crafts, spring crafts/activities Tuesday, March 29, 2011 laundry lid spring flowers I absolutely love crafts that use recycled materials. This is one of those crafts. We do an insane amount of laundry in this house. Seriously, I have no idea where it all comes from. With that serious amount of laundry, comes a serious amount of detergent. These little downy fabric softener lids inspired me. I just knew I could come up with a craft for them, and I did. Kirsten thought this craft was hilarious because we not only used laundry soap lids, but we used cupcake liners too. She just loved it! Here's how you can make this: What you'll need: paper or canvas 3 paper cupcake liners 3 downy bottle lids green marker green craft foam scissors glue These are the downy bottles I'm talking about: Directions: 1. flatten out your cupcake liners and glue them to the top of your paper. 2. put some glue on your downy lid and glue it to the inside of your cupcake liners. 3. using your green marker, draw some stems on your flowers. 4. using your scissors, cut some leaves out of your green craft foam. Glue these leaves on your flowers. Posted by Jill at 5:28 AM 24 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: crafts, recycled, spring crafts/activities Friday, March 25, 2011 fun food friday: spring flower funfood36 This fun food friday is in honor of spring. The kids love quesadillas and they're so easy to make. I always buy a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store every week and I have fresh, cooked chicken to use for so many recipes. I often make their sandwiches out of this chicken and it's great for these quesadillas too. It's such a great time saver. I am one busy mom and anything that saves some of my time, is totally worth it. Here's how I made this week's lunch: quesadilla - 2 tortillas with chopped chicken and shredded cheese in the middle - sometimes I throw in some chopped tomatoes, but nothing crazy or my kids won't eat them. Place in a skillet and lightly brown both sides over medium heat. When the cheese is melted, remove from skillet. I use a pizza cutter to cut them up into triangles. Arrange triangles in a flower formation. Cucumber flower stem and little cup of sour cream for dipping the quesadillas in the centre. Cup of unsweetened blueberry applesauce with sprinkles and cup of sliced cucumbers. This lunch was a hit with the kids, although neither of them ate it all because I think it was just too much food for them. That's ok though, mommy was very happy to finish their quesadilla leftovers ;-) Posted by Jill at 5:48 AM 16 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: fun food friday, spring crafts/activities Tuesday, March 22, 2011 thumbprint hyacinth
finger-print Flower Craft - this will be a great craft for Mother's Day next year -- the doodlebug's fingerprints for his Mom. Need a great Mother's Day Gift Idea? - try a suction-mount kitchen & bath Splashtablet iPad Case Free Shipping! http://www.splashtablet.com
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@Lydz; great use for those strips of colored paper we have!! lots of great printable sources for kids art and craft..
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Simple toddler crafts go a long way! Try these as Easter crafts for kids. #easter #kids #crafts
Cute easter and spring craft ideas
Easter paper crafts for kids.
Simple toddler crafts go a long way! Try these as Easter crafts for kids. Easter craft ideas brought to you by mountainbuggy.com
Toddler Crafting: PAPER ANIMALS for kids
Torn Paper Flower (Toddler or Preschool Craft), week 2
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Flower Power (PART 2): Six MORE Flower-Themed Crafts, Projects, and Snacks for Kids
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Torn Paper Flower (Toddler or Preschool Craft)
Torn Paper Flowers
Counting Garden: Preschool Learning Activity
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Counting Garden: Preschool Learning Activity - Kids Activities Blog
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Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: 12 Fun Flower Activities
Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: Plant Structures and Functions
plants arts and crafts for preschool. Pipe cleaners and felt/fabric
plant life theme
Flowers Photos » preschool parts of a flower
Cachey Mama's Classroom: 10 Plant Activities for Preschool
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Plant Unit. Some cute ideas for discussion.
Paper Plate Sunflower
Do this with sunflower seeds!
Cachey Mama's World of Learning: 10 Plant Activities for Preschool
Just in time for spring!