Ant Farm Mazes
FREE printable ant farm mazes for preschoolers to practice pre-writing and fine motor skills. Great activity for a bug theme or Spring/Summer learning.
9 Imaginative Children's Books About Picnics
The best children's picture books about picnics. These good books are perfect for your outdoor summer reading list so get outside and read with your kids!
Ants On A Log Math Tray - No Time For Flash Cards
Math skills are important to have for children getting ready to start school. This math tray activity makes learning fun for your preschooler.
Child Care Lounge - Online Training | Let's Have a Preschool Picnic
Here are some ideas for having a picnic with young children in your preschool program. Remember picnics can be just as fun indoors on a dreary day. Start out by decorating your own picnic blanket. An old flat sheet works best. Let the children paint on the sheet using either tempra or fabric paints! Picnic Games and Mo
Picnic placemats. Preschool children weaved a paper placemat. Children also cut out food pictures out of magazines to glue to a paper plate. Children also fingerprinted black ants.
Picnic Songs and Rhymes
Rev up students’ appetites for picnic fun with these tasty and thematic circle-time songs and rhymes. TpT$
Picnic Songs and Rhymes
Anytime is the perfect time for a picnic! Rev up students' appetites for picnic fun with these tasty circle-time songs sung to familiar tunes and rhymes. Great for the end of school and summer school! Content includes:•18 Songs and Rhymes in color & b/w + 2 BONUS rhymes•2 Pocket Chart Rebus Song...
Memorial Day Freebie Fun! - Classroom Freebies
Happy Memorial Day! Here’s a picture perfect picnic freebie to celebrate with your students: Have a wonderful week! Positively Learning You Might Also Like:Spanish freebieHalloween Math ProblemsWelcome Back BumpShape Scavenger Hunt Booklet
Family picnic clipart commercial use
One of the first Flannel Friday inspired sets that I made I called 'Picnic Basket'. I had only begun to follow Flannel Friday posts and came across this one by Ms. Anna @ Future Librarian Superhero. Her's was a Fill the Shopping Cart post. I thought,"This would work as a picnic basket activity!". So, I wrote a rhyme and laminated some Google images and found a basket and we had a great time! I handed out the pics and as I said the rhyme the children would 'help me pack the basket'. I made 4…