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Caterpillar print (from little toes) and leaf rubbing. Very very cute! (picture for inspiration but no directions, but hey, I'm sure the picture will help you figure it out.)

VERDICT: Fun Cute. We did not do ties for the top because of time constraints and we used colored paper not burlap. Still...nice! Thanksgiving craft...we wrote what we were thankful for on each feather/finger. Kindergarten Art Project.

Great idea for teaching the alphabet & having a memory of those little hands! This could get a little messy, but what’s fun without a little mess? :) source:

Oh my goodness. The perfect craft project to do with kids.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Preschooler: Hand print Duck. Give paint to children and show them how to put their hand on the paper. Allow them to put the head, eye, beak and feather on the duck. Standard: Touch, grasp, reach, and manipulate: The child will coordinate the use of his or her hands, fingers and sight in order to manipulate objects in the environment.

I love this emergent reader for little man's first birthday party! These would have to be pre-assembled.

Easter bunny hand print craft. *I would put the 1st & 2nd finger together & the 3rd & pinky fingers together for the ears & leave the thumb off.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Who doesn't have and LOVE this book!? Seriously cute idea. I have something similar...but, it's paper and just seems quite lame now that I've seen this! I will use it for language and /-t/ and adapt it for /-ts/ blends. "He eats..."

How cute is this? Tootsie Roll Pop Butterflies! Looks easy enough to cut out the shape then make two notches in the center to slide the stick through. What a cute idea!