Improve Kids Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities | HOAWG
Make fine motor skills practice super easy with my absolute favorite list of playtime ideas and supplies! Grab a printable to help you get started.
Decorating the Tree Math Skills
Working on our math skills some more for the holidays. I cut out a large triangle to represent a tree and then I traced a penny all over the tree. Once that was complete, I pulled out lots of pom poms and we got playing. Each time we rolled the die, that is the number of pom poms we would put on the tree. If your pom poms are smaller or larger than mine, just use another item to trace for your circles. We enjoyed this game lots as it was math but we could be creative with how we put the…
Fall Scavenger Hunt
This is a checklist for students to use outside on a fall scavenger hunt. Kids can walk around outside and try to find various fall objects such as acorns, squirrels and different color leaves. When they find the items, they can check them off on their list. It is tons of fun!
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Use the template in the template tab to trace the hat, nose and cheeks.Trace hands onto yellow paper and cut out. Glue together as shown. Add yellow strips of construction paper for "straw hair"
Silly Halloween Marshmallow Designs - Toddler Approved
One of my favorite things to do is spend time with my son's friends. I love having them over to play and like just sitting around and chatting with them. My goal for when I have teenagers is to have the house that kids want to be at and be a sort of parent thatContinue Reading
Water Jug Pumpkins
Who doesn't love using recycled materials to create an adorable craft? Check out this super-easy Halloween craft I made with my boys -- Glow-in-the-Dark Pumpkins. This craft was so simple, I plan to make a bunch with my boys to decorate our house on Halloween night. All you need is: an empty water bottle or milk jug (washed out) a black Sharpie Green paint and paint brush Orange glow sticks Here is how easy it is: 1) Paint the cap green. I just used regular old kid's craft paint. 2) Draw…
They're googly-eyed, wiggly-armed and just about the cutest monsters I've ever seen! After seeing these Purple People Eaters on Toddler Approved, I knew Lizzie and AJ would have fun making their own monsters. Disclosure: There
Owls Preschool Activities, Crafts, Lessons, and Printables
Owls, Nocturnal Animals Preschool and kindergarten, activities, lessons, crafts, games, and printables. This theme is a hoot and a half because it?s all about owls with a few forest activities on the side! Children count owls, add up owls, learn owl facts, define nocturnal and diurnal, dissect owl pellets, sing owl songs, and so much more by participating in cross-curricular activities and games that promote literacy, reinforce math concepts, develop vocabulary, and provide hands-on science…