Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! Notice that the top left name is NOELLE. :) Love it!
Pasta Skeletons With an illustration of a skeleton as a guide, kids just need lots of dried pasta, white glue, and construction paper to assemble the pictures. We snapped some of the pasta in half and used alphabet-soup noodles to make labels.
Marbled Leaf Art: The children at the preschool would love to make these marbled leaves. Children love playing with shaving cream and food coloring to marbleize paper. The children would use their creativity while making the paper and again while cutting out the leaf shapes. These would be beautiful on the "thankful tree." Very DAP.
After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!
Each student had a sheet of paper with everyone's name on it. They had to write a nice sentence about everyone in the class. Then each student had 20 nice things written about him or her. We put those in a frame. This activity was great because some of th