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Bugs, Bugs, Bugs!

First, I said I would post pics of our chameleons.I thought they turned out cute. Next, bugs, bugs, and more bugs.

Fantastic Eric Carle Thematic Unit  Activities for each book

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

The Very Hungry Caterpillar video! A six minute video of the book by Eric Carle.

Consonant Digraph Garden Practice at starfall.com

Consonant Digraph Garden

Help children learn consonant digraphs (/th/, /sh/, /ch/) with this fun flower activity! Students can work independently or as a class to build a classroom "garden"

Nonstandard Measurement-make a pilgrim or Indian

Measurement/estimating can change snowman picture. first having kids estimate, then check. This could be a holiday math center with other things to measure--reindeer, presents, menorah, etc.

Free Bug Color and Learn Pages! Featuring ten different creepy crawlies, each with their own set of fun facts and fill in the blank writing activity. Great for a Spring Science unit in your Preschool Classroom. Free at http://PreschoolMom.com

Free Bug Color and Learn Pages! Featuring ten different creepy crawlies, each with their own set of fun facts and fill in the blank writing activity. Great for a Spring Science unit.

First day of school activities - Kissing hand. Love this idea! Great Activites to go with the book.

Back to School with The Kissing Hand {Round-up

An idea from the book 'The Kissing Hand': Trace your child's handprint every first day of school to create a keepsake as they grow and learn! Great book for separation anxiety.

Free Spring Songs and Rhymes for Circle Time - Living Montessori Now

Free Spring Songs and Rhymes for Circle Time

Another pinner: Spring Songs for Children - Hungry Caterpillar with Lyrics - Kids Songs by The Learning Station

On the first day of the school have the students make their hand print, fill out an info sheet with the teacher, and measure their height in yarn.  Then wrap it up like a time capsule and put a label on it that says "do not open until (the last date of school).  Open the time capsule and do the same thing at the end of the year to see how much they have grown and changed.

First week of school time capsule- stamp & date their itty hand prints, measure their height with yarn, and have them fill out a little first day info sheet with their self portrait on the back. Then save until the day of their high school graduation.

Bug Cards

Counting and sorting bugs in preschool

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