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Pumpkin Patch Paintings (Balloon Prints) from Child Central Station

Pumpkin Patch Paintings (Balloon Prints) from Child Central Station

Being able to recognize shapes is the first step in learning letter recognition.  And just think how muc it will add to your Thanksgiving decorations!

Being able to recognize shapes is the first step in learning letter recognition. And just think how muc it will add to your Thanksgiving decorations!

Finger Painting Without Touching Paint - Teaching 2 and 3 year olds

No-Touch Painting with Toddlers

Pumpkin painting, pouring, pounding, and playdough play by Teach Preschool

Pppppp is for pumpkin painting, pouring, pounding, and playdough play

Fall Process Art for Preschoolers: Pumpkin Pie Painting from www.fun-a-day.com

Fall Process Art for Preschoolers: Pumpkin Pie Painting

Fall wreaths. We used paper plates with the centers cut out as the base for our wreaths. tear a piece of brown construction paper into strips.  These strips were supposed to look like branches.  Once the “branches” were glued around the wreath, we crumpled 3×3 inch squares of fall coloured tissue paper and glued those on. Use a low-heat glue gun  to attach the leaves/branches.

Tissue Paper Fall Wreath

Fall wreaths. We used paper plates with the centers cut out as the base for our wreaths. tear a piece of brown construction paper into strips. These strips were supposed to look like branches. Once the “branches” were glued around the wreath, we crumpled 3×3 inch squares of fall coloured tissue paper and glued those on. Use a low-heat glue gun to attach the leaves/branches.

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