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29 Nov

Medlar transfer with squeezy tweezers A medlar is an unusual fruit that can be grown in the northeast. It is completely inedible when harvested and needs to be bletted (stored in a cool dry place) for many months. When ripe it looks like gross brown mush inside but tastes like delicious cinnamon applesauce. That’s a really good fine motor skill exercise. In a while progress to using tongs.Squeezy tweezer is a great material for fine motors skills.My daughter likes to make transfer with it.  

28 Nov

Pom poms painting Pom Pom Painting.This page includes “Painting with clothespins and pom poms”  with prepared  by me for my sweet girl our autumn theme.I especially like the falling leaves. Supplies; Brown construction paper Pompoms Scissors Silicon Finger paint Firstly,we are drawing a tree(we used construction paper) I’m in love with these colourful little balls of joy. What a wonderful sensory art…feeling a squishing the soft pom pom. My daughter  is addicted to this activity. So you might be seeing lots over here in the next couple of weeks. Finished this fall piece... 

28 Nov

Sift activity for toddlers This page includes “Sifting Salt and Rice”  activity with prepared  by me for my sweet girl our autumn theme.This is a practical life exercise. The child is developing hand-eye coordination, concentration, practicing aiming for a target, and fine motor skills. Materials: Rainbow rice and salt or flour mix Spoon Colander Small bowls  

28 Nov

Autumn tree craft and art idea In today’s big kid story time, we read fall books and made fall tree craft using construction paper, foam and construction papers.So adorable. It turned out perfect 🙂 Supplies; Brown construction paper Eva foam sheets Scissors So fun! Love this cute fall idea This page includes free autumn tree activity for homeschool. Do these activities with your child or with your students and enjoy.There are practical,economic and playful activities in this page.You can also send your activities in this page. mail: funny.crafts@yahoo.com. Children are our future… Autumn... 

28 Nov

Apple transfer activity for toddlers Materials: Tongs and tray Apples Paint palette I set up a simple transfer activity for my daughter this afternoon. She was very interested in transferring with the hands at first but quickly switched to the tongs, which are a favorite tool around here. She enjoyed this transfer activity My little princess said:Mom ,I finished.  

25 Nov

Homeschool cotton transfer activity with using tongs I finally did another transfer activity! We moved 3 weeks ago and I’m finally organized enough that we can find the stuff for this.I started with a simple transfer, with bowls and tong and cottons. It quickly graduated to transfer by hand, pouring on the tray, and filling his bug catcher instead of the bowl.We used cotton,two bowls,tray and tongs Benefits:Fine motor skills and Hand-eye coordination I love all the activities I did with her.  

25 Nov

This page includes a science activity  for winter theme prepared  by me for my sweet girl. Materials: Glitter white and grey foam Snowflake paper puncher Vinegar Baking powder Jumbo tweezer Syringe Blue food coloring Ice cap First of all, we prepare snowflies from the house using snowflake punches. We pour a little baking soda on the snowflakes. We start our activity by pouring the blue food dye on the embossed dough with the squeeze syringe we have added. We present our activity by using the “check” print “for transfer with syringe. C loved so much that this... 

19 Nov

Fall Sensory Bin I immediately want to take everything except the playdough out and take it! What a calming activity that alone is.I just love the different textures in this. This was a very successful fall sensory box. I always am surprised when some are massive favourites and he keeps coming back to them over a few days.The rest in imagination What you need: Plastic container or cardboard box Different cones(small and big) Leaves Magnifying glass Wooden and stick Fall sensory bin for toddlers Fall sensory bins are the kids most favorite activity ever. This fall(autumn)themed one has... 

17 Nov

Homeschool matching game activity winter theme Simple activity! I cut out snowflakes from colored paper. She had to match the “snowflakes” she had a lot of fun doing it too!It is an winter theme matching game! I put the matching snowflakes pieces in a plastic tray and let her find and match. This was a fun matching game of expressions, and an excuse to play with snowflakes..who doesn’t love winter? I have yet to meet a toddler that doesn’t love winter….lots and lots of winter. Materials;   White and blue felt Scissors Activity pictures(snowflake printables) Steps;                 This...