Printable Lemur Craft
I realized yesterday while organizing crafts, that our lemur craft never made it to the blog. Oops! This little guy has been done for a few weeks now. Lorelai really likes lemurs, thanks to the movie
Frog Counting Activity
Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water. The article includes directions for making the lily pads. a printable pattern that you can download, and several frog themed math activities that are appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, aged children.
For our Rainforest theme last year, we learned about sloths. I've done the rainforest theme several times, but this was the first time we closely studied sloths. So interesting! I got the idea for this craft from somewhere, but the link I have no longer works. I did change a few things, though. I don't have step-by-step pictures, but it's pretty easy. I traced the kids feet (with shoes on) on brown paper. This would be the sloth body. Then I made arms/legs (long ovals cut from brown paper)…
Fun Zoo Animal Handprint Crafts for Kids - Crafty Morning
Fun Zoo Animal Handprint Crafts for Kids (Find a tiger, lion, monkey, zebra, rhino, giraffe and more!) | CraftyMorning.com
Teach What Counts
Our Rainforest Sensory Tub was composed of: -Decaffeinated coffee beans (the cash crop of the rainforest!) -Two tropical plants native to rainforests...
10+ Amazing Rainforest Crafts Kids Can Make - Natural Beach Living
10+ Amazing Rainforest Crafts Kids Can Make, Rainforest and Jungle Slime, Paper Plate Monkey Craft, Rain Stick, Rainforest Preschool Theme, Crafts for Kids
Red-Eyed Tree Frog Book and Craft Project
Book Recommendation Red-Eyed Tree Frog Story by Joy Cowley Illustrated with photographs by Nic Bishop Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks Reading Level: Ages 4-8 I've always been fascinated with the rain forests of the world and all its amazing animals. So when I was shopping and saw the cover of this book, I had to pick it up. I'm so glad that I did. It has a very, very simple text but OH the PHOTOS are just gorgeous! Although the readability level is for ages 4-8, older kids will be intrigued…
Pattern Activities for Preschoolers and Kindergartners - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here are some simple pattern activities that are perfect for 4-6 year old’s. With each of these activities, I challenged Owen (age 5) to try more difficult patterns by creating one for him and then having him add on to it. We would check the patterns by saying them out loud (red, blue, yellow, red, […]