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8 Mar

Our Arctic Sensory Bin It’s snowing! My girl is loving winter sensory day with outdoor centers and fun winter-themed hands on activities! Here is how I made the ıgloo. Supplies; Sugar cubes Scissors Silicon Silicon gun Funnel Prepared Eskimo house from cube sugar First we cut the excess parts of the funnel with the help of a scissors or a knife and bring it with the figure as it is. We arrange it before we start to place sugar. We can use a different material instead of huni.Then we start by placing the individual cubes of sugar, starting with the bottom row of silicon. I used... 

28 Feb

Homeschool or preschool easter egg painting activity Happy easter everyone. If you are attempting to paint some eggs make sure you have enough extra hands on board!Easter egg painting :)I did it while hubby was running an errand,so I needed to use a hair dryer to add the plastic wrapper around the egg-and my hair got caught up and stuck in the hair dryer.I had to end up cutting a big chunk off.After I screamed not knowing what the heck had just happened,I had to laugh it off casually like it was the most normal thing as both girls were staring at me scared,starting to whimper wondering what just... 

8 Feb

Valentine day craft ideas for preschoolers Super easy and cute Valentine’s day craft for parents we did this week.Having the kids write their own name made it that much more special. More fun with hearts.This is a fun and simple Valentines activity.All you need is glue and pompoms.I called out the color and little lady placed it in the glue dots.Then we switched and he called out some colors for me to place on the dots.She loved that part.Great activity for colors,size and one to one recognition. A very easy and simple Valentine day craft you can do.Have kids add foil stickers on some cut... 

27 Jan

Preschool binoculars craft ideas DIY Binoculars Today we made binoculars.We use two toilet paper rolls,paint them,glued and tied them up to secure(we use yarn and felt),make a hole in each side of the binoculars,out the yarn around and tie the end of it (do not forget to measure the length,it should be long enough to hang loosely around your child’s neck),put the hat on and we are ready to roll. We planned to use it in our morning walk,but it is rainy season here…so the games moved inside.I hide some animal figures for her to search(as a safari keeper) 🙂 pretend play at it best. Usually... 

21 Dec

Light table activities for kids Sensory art exploration on the light table-presented with the rose petals the children decided to sort them according to colour.I found interesting that the smell of the roses was associated with parties and cakes.We made a cake with shaving cream and printed artwork as a reminder of this encounter:) We laminated some of our leaves from our Nature walk to create with at the light table.(a fall day) Leaf man by Lois provided lots of inspiration-as did Star Wars .Leaf Stormtrooper and R2D2 were my favourite creations today:) Fall themed light table activities with... 

11 Dec

Princess crown making with sparkle play doh for kids Learn colors play doh barbie disney princess frozen Elsa sparkle clown activity Step by step princess clown My daughter made this activity at home.Because she likes Frozen Elsa and Anna(Princess) Materials: Play doh(colorful) Sparkle Ornaments #gallery-4 { margin: auto; } #gallery-4 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-4 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-4 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in... 

27 Nov

We made zoo sensory box with my students.         Zoo activities for preschool My student tells me: Well, we’re going to the zoo, and I was so happy and excited that day, because it’s the first time we go to the zoo. I’m so happy I have a lot of questions in my head I wonder if I could see a monkey at the zoo, and many more questions like that, it was finally time to get in our car and go to the zoo. I ran into the lions ‘ land, and then the tigers elephants zebras then we came to the fox, the most beloved animal, and I asked my mother to take a picture of me, and... 

17 Nov

Foliage painting and printing activities for kids First of all, you should find plenty of green leaves… Some more foliage paintings from 4/6 years old.All the girls like this invitation,but my boys seemed less thrilled.When I told them they could go collect their own leaves,sticks and flowers they spent most of the time exploring outside.Some activities aren’t for everyone and that is ok.I like to mix it up a bit to find out which kids are interested in what. Sometimes it’s interesting to see how each kid uses the materials presented.For this one I put out a box of flower petals,leaves,cardboard,pens... 

16 Nov

Toilet paper roll leaf stamping fall tree craft idea Goodbye autumn themed activity for kindergarten or toddlers Materials Needed: Toilet paper rolls Scissors Paper plates Paints(every color) Tree template Related Posts:Fall craft and decorating ideasColor sorting and matching activitiesPaper plate craft and projectCutting activities for toddlers 

10 Nov

Makeup cotton pads swan painting activity&fine motor activity Materials Needed: Makeup cotton pads Glue and scissors Red foam Colorful font carton Movable eyes Instructions: 1-Cutting Makeup Cotton pads  by scissors as a shape of heart is the first thing should be done. And then stick the Make-up Cotton pads on the carton font by glue. 2-After that your child will be able to paint it as much as they like. At the same time, your child can apply painting with syringe or drip cap for improvement of their fine motor skills. 3-My pretty daughter did painting on Make-up Cotton Pads as much... 

1 Nov

Monster craft for kindergarten or preschool Monsters!!This brought me at least 30 mins of freedom:) Three eyed monster with plastic plate and one eyed monster Monster squad made from shampoo bottle. Monster mash magnets! She did the mash…She did the monster mash…it was a magnetic smash. This was a fun one to do!It held my daughter’s interest the whole time.She loved making the creepy and fun face for her monsters.We just grabbed random things we had in our supplies:felt,star stickers buttons,eyeballs and of course glitter! We finished our Wild Monsters projects with my last... 

12 Oct

Spray bottle art for toddlers or kindergarten What kids doesn’t love a spray bottle? We drew on paper towels with felt tip pens,and then sprayed away!Simple as that.Then they started again with new paper towels,and did it all again and again and again…This is great for reluctant mark markers ,as the focus is on having something to spray.Spray bottle are also good for fine motor skills and building up strength. The wonderful world of bottle spray art using nature to make negative space prints! So you can never have enough spray dye on your work…right! It is so addictive:) and...