62 Super-Creative DIY Halloween Costumes Anyone Can Wear
When it’s time to start thinking about Halloween costumes (for you or your kids), you have two options: Head to a costume store and pick up a bagged costume, or create a DIY Halloween costume. Contrary to popular belief, not all DIY costumes require weeks or preparation—there are plenty of easy, last-minute Halloween costumes out there. Certain costumes do require a bit of time and effort, though, especially if you plan to show them off at the school Halloween party or in a costume parade…
Animal Cracker Math, Handprint Zoo Animal Art & Counting Books, Oh My!
Our Zoo Theme was full of hands-on learning fun. There are so many things I wanted to share with you. Unfortunately, I did not capture all ...
100+ Best and Free Tropical Amazon Rainforest Educators Resources
70+ Free Rain Forest Resources Teacher Guides, Crafts, Lapbooks |Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus
Bear More or Less Activity
Bear more or less math activity for your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Fun, hands-on counting and comparison game for a bear or winter theme.
A Dab of Learning FREEBIE 2 Activities: Beginning Sounds and CVC Words
Beginning sound bingo dabber FREEBIE! Students select picture card and then use a bingo dabber to dab the beginning sound.
Printable Tree Frog Craft
Finishing up our Rainforest-themed week, Lorelai crafted a cute little tree frog this afternoon. She learned that these red-eyed tree frogs live in the rainforest canopy and snatch up crickets, moths,
TP Snake Kid Craft
PlayPennies is a great site for pennywise parents…. and here is a great craft that your children can make using Toilet Paper rolls. Head on over for the simple tutorial. Check out more fun sc…
Child Care Lounge | Jungle and Rainforest Theme and Activities
Jungle and Rainforest Songs and Fingerplays I'm a Little Monkey (Tune: I'm a Little Teapot)I'm a little monkey in the tree.Swinging by my tail so merrily.I can leap and fly from tree to tree.Have lots of fun you see.I'm a little monkey, watch me play.Munching on bananas every day.Lots of monkey friends to play with me.
P is for Peacock
I'm beginning to love the peacock (along with the rest of Pinterest and the world). All those rich colors just beg to be incorporated into a fun craft. To make our peacocks, we started out with coffee filters, blue & green food-coloring, water, and an old medicine dropper. I love this activity with little ones and have used it before to make fall leaves. Once the coffee filters were dry, I cut out some simple shapes for the peacock's body and let the girls assemble their birds. To make A's…