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Blog. Coloriage - colorie ton prénom ou une petite phrase sympa. Dice Games for Preschoolers. How to Make Edible Marshmallow Play Dough. How to Set Up Your Preschool Science Center. A Spring Scavenger Hunt. I've been wanting to plan more activities for my kids recently. The weather isn't great here yet, but I still like to get them outside when I can. So, I planned a spring scavenger hunt for Rex. I gathered 12 random things from our yard and took pictures of them on white posterboard. Then I put them into a collage on picnik. I printed it off and taped it to the top of an empty egg carton. We headed out into the yard to start hunting.

He was pretty into it. Have you done any fun scavenger hunts with your kids? Thanks for dropping in! Measurement Worksheets - Planning Playtime. Papier marbré : deux techniques - Le monde de Carla. Le papier marbré vous connaissez? C’est une technique pour décorer le papier, très utilisée notamment pour les reliures des livres anciens. A l’origine, c’est une technique issue d’un art japonais, le suminagashi, qui date du XIIe siècle et qui consistait à faire flotter de l’encre sur l’eau pour décorer une feuille de papier en la tamponnant sur la surface. Cet art a évolué et est resté pendant longtemps indissociable des livres et de la reliure. Cela faisait longtemps que j’avais envie d’essayer, j’ai cherché différentes techniques et j’ai finalement proposé à Carla de réaliser son propre papier marbré en 2 façons : avec de la mousse à raser et avec du gel.

Papier marbré avec de la mousse à raser : Pour cette première technique, nous avons utilisé : de la mousse à raserdes colorants alimentaires (j’ai utilisé des colorants en gel mais les colorants liquides font aussi l’affaire)des piques en boisdes feuilles de papier Cansonune spatuleun grand bac en plastique Papier marbré avec du gel : Activités pour le Préscolaire: Papier marbré. Ça fait déjà un bail que je voulais essayer cette technique pour faire du papier marbré. Facile à réaliser, voici les ingrédients nécessaires: de la crème à raser, du colorant alimentaire, une spatule et un couteau de table. Le déroulement: 1. Mettre de la crème à raser dans un cabaret. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ici, nous avons découper un coeur et l'avons collé sur une carte. Bon bricolage! Le lait magique : une très jolie expérience ! Faire son papier marbré (version maternelle) Sans titre. Scroll down to watch the video below to see how to make this awesome Recycled Bottle Bubble Art with kids. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more fun videos A couple of summers ago, we made a cool DIY Recycled Bottle Bubble Blower and it was a huge hit with the kids. Not only was it a fun way to blow bubbles, but it was a creative way to recycle plastic bottles and mesh bags. We put a twist on this popular post by making Recycled Bottle Bubble Art.

We’ve tried bubble art before but not with our bottle blower and not on a large scale like this! My daughter recently had a Girl Scout event and I was leading the activity on Earth Day and recycling so thought instantly back to our recycled bottle bubble blower. This was so simple to set up and SO much fun for the girls! Recycled Bottle Bubble Art – Materials: Empty plastic bottlesMesh bags (like the type you get that hold fruits like oranges)Strong tape (like Duct tape or packing tape)Scissors You’ll also need bubble solution.

Play Create Explore: Baby Oil Sensory Bags. Sensory bags are so neat, and it seems like everybody's doing them these days, but in the kids activities world, when everyone is doing it, it's usually because it's super cool! I found this list of 40 Fun Sensory Bags from Mama OT and loved so many of the sensory bag ideas on there, as well as the site in general! I decided to try the baby oil sensory bag first. REALLY NEAT results! (please do also read the caution at the bottom of this post) The How To's Lastly, add a bit of water. Then, get as much of the air out of the bag as you can and close it. Use duct tape on the "ziplock" to help prevent leaks. The baby oil bags are cool because the baby oil causes pools of color which can be "broken up" with touch, but will form together again when they pools touch.

After a whole lot of shaking and exploring I had a few dollar store Valentine's Day trinkets so I threw those in another bag with some red food coloring added to the baby oil. Simple, cheap, and fun sensory play! Caution. Color Mixing with Ice Cubes and Water - FSPDT. It is very easy to make the colorful ice cubes and this activity requires very few materials, so it is a quick and easy activity to pull out this summer!

What we used: Water Red, blue and yellow tempera paint or food coloring Several plastic containers How to make: Mix the coloring in with water and pour into ice cube trays. I actually tried this activity two different times. I had several bottles of washable liquid tempera paint, so I decided to give that a try. My son preferred the tempera paint. What we did: I put all of the colorful ice cubes in a container and filled 3 more containers with water. We continued our discussion and added several yellow and red ice cubes to the next container of water. As we were stirring, we also adjusted by adding more of one color to a container to up the vibrancy. My son really enjoyed playing with the remaining ice and all of the colorful water.

Here are some more fun, summer activities we’ve enjoyed! Ice Painting for Kids- Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds. DIY Constellation Projector. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my newsletter, PGPB Weekly for updates, FREE printables and weekly special offers! You can also find all our most recent posts on Facebook, Twitter, and sneak peeks of our activities and behind the scenes looks at our family life on Instagram.

Please note, this post may contain affiliate links or product reviews for which we may receive compensation. For more details, please see our Terms & Conditions and Sponsors pages. Thanks for visiting! Like most preschool fascinations, I’m not entirely sure how it began. While our study of the stars started with books about stars for kids, nothing can replace the learning experience of hands-on play. The Stories Behind Constellations First, we read a few stories about constellations appropriate for preschoolers. . – mostly because I remember it from my own childhood. DIY Constellation Projector Supplies To project your own constellations, you only need a few simple supplies.

Supplies or cardboard . Dinosaur Preschool Theme - Planning Playtime. DIY Sidewalk Foam Paint | The TipToe Fairy. Exploring Colors with Baking Soda and Vinegar - Buggy and Buddy. Rainbow Spaghetti Sensory Play - Messy Little Monster. Rainbow spaghetti is great for sensory play and so easy to make. Follow our simple instructions on how to make brightly coloured rainbow spaghetti in a ziplock bag. Babies, toddlers and preschoolers will love exploring the colour and texture of the spaghetti and as it is edible there are no worries about them putting it in their mouths. We love rainbow crafts and activities as they are so bright and colourful and really catch young children's eye.

Young children would love painting bread using edible rainbow paint, making spin art rainbow flowers or watching the rainbow skittles experiment. Todays rainbow activity was created to go with this weeks virtual book club story, 'A Rainbow of my Own' by Don Freeman. You will need: We are a participant in the Amazon Service LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliates sites. How to make rainbow spaghetti Rainbow spaghetti sensory play. Sorting Baskets Phonics Activity - The Imagination Tree. Évaluation préscolaire – L'évaluation au préscolaire : des outils pour ma classe.

Huckleberry Love: Huckleberry Life: Play Snow {Sensory Activity} Soooo...I was suppose to give you guys a tour of my house all tricked out for Christmas today. Unfortunately, this nasty weather that has stuck around since last week has made taking indoor pictures impossible! We have been almost completely overcast for the past four days, and while it makes for great snuggling it does NOT make for great photos. And I insist on the best for you guys. Because I love y'all. So while we are waiting for the sun to make a reappearance {soon please, señor sol!} We made play snow! It. I don't know if any of you have tried it and maybe had a different experience {or were smarter than me and made your kids do this outside} but I am still having nightmares about the mess this seemingly innocuous sensory play caused.

But, hey, the kids loved playing with it, so I guess it was a success on that end. Anyways, now you know why I was so hesitant to introduce this play snow to my kids. This play snow is so much fun! Linking Up Here: Math Game for Kids: Cute Counting Snowman | Play | CBC Parents. One of the things I really enjoy doing as a parent is creating simple, fun, and educational games for my daughter to explore. This one is especially simple. It requires just a few simple materials I found around the house and takes no more than 10 minutes to pull together. But despite its simplicity, it teaches to a number of skills--number recognition, counting, and one-to-one correspondence included. You Will Need: card stock snowman shape (I traced 3 bowls to make ours) several card stock hat shapes markers buttons a serving tray or cookie sheet How To Play: To prepare the game, I asked my little one to give the snowman a face while I wrote a number on each of the coloured hat shapes.

With our pieces prepped and ready to go, I set out our snowman and his hats and buttons on a plastic serving tray. You'll Also Love: Build-A-Snowman Math Game. Mrs. Goff's Pre-K Tales: Our Life-Size Gingerbread House. I made another gingerbread house this year. Once again, I worked by myself and it took about 2 -3 hours. I took photos of the process this time. My 2016 comments are italicized. The kids are LOVING the life-size gingerbread that I build for our classroom. For the past couple of years I have made some sort of box structure for our classroom. Here are pictures of my previous castles and big red barn: In each case I used Mr. For my other projects I downloaded plans from Mr. I brought the boxes to school and cut them open so I basically had large pieces of cardboard with 3 seams. I cut out windows and a door.

I then stood the boxes up and connected the front shorter sides to the back shorter sides with a couple of rivets. The house is strengthened with corner brackets made from the corners of small boxes. The roof is attached by cutting flaps in the roof near the front and back walls. If you have any questions you can email me at gofflyn@gmail.com. Stepping Stones Child Care: Fall, Apples and Pumpkins Fun. Pumpkin Exploration What does it look like? Smell like? Feel like? Taste like? And after a bit they were touching it with their hands :) Then we made a what does the inside of a pumpkin look like and added colored spaghetti and seeds from the pumpkin.

What does your Pumpkin Jack look like? Friendship Applesauce: Even though all the apples look different, they are great together! More cooking fun! Warm apple cider in an apple cup Apple patterns and number games. Pick a number and then go and find that many apples Apple Prints Sunflowers How many apples tall are you? What does the inside of an apple look like? Fall watercolors on napkins and then cut out into leaf shapes (also works on coffee filters) We went on a leaf hunt and then I used cookie cutters to cut letters out for an alphabet game Simple tree with some clear contact paper and buckets of leaves. Butterfly Life Cycle Activity - Mama Miss. A couple of weeks back the kiddos and I got to attend a super fun event at our local wildlife conservatory, the Monarch Butterfly Release! We got to see the monarchs being released and also got to see some monarch’s that were still in their chrysalis’s. It was soooooo fascinating & interesting – I personally have never seen something like this, especially as up close as we got – so it was just as much fun for me as it was for them :) If you don’t have the opportunity to see these guys up close & personal – this is a great site to learn more, and see some fun videos too.

I came away from that lovely experience wanting to incorporate it into a learning activity of some sort for the kiddos. So, we turned it into a little homeschool-preschool activity and had V & T’s little friend, L, over for some learning fun too! We started off by sitting down on the floor & reading this monarch butterfly book of mine. Book/Story Time monarch butterfly book Pasta Craft/Activity Handwriting/Drawing Exercise. ACTIVITÉS POUR APPRENDRE L'ALPHABET. Apple Math Activities for Kids: 7 Math Activities with Numbered Apples [Free Printable] - Early Learning Ideas. It may not feel like fall here in Texas, but the season is upon us.

It is nearly time for apple orchards, apple pie, apple cider, and of course, apple math activities. This week I made some numbered apple circles (you can get them below) and I will show you a bunch of ways that you can use them to practice early math concepts with kids. Count Apple Erasers in Muffin Tins To get your copy of the printable numbered apples, CLICK HERE and I will email them to you. I made them just the right size to fit in a muffin tin.

Count Puff Ball Apples The same number circles fit in shallow plastic yogurt containers. Dice Counting Game (1 or more players) Each player needs 6 containers labeled with the 1-6 apple circles, and a basket of apple counters (puff balls or erasers will work). Numeral Recognition Dice Game (1 or more players) Each player needs 6 containers labeled with the 1-6 apple circles and 6 plastic apples. Apple Grab Bag and Ten Frame Sensory Ten Frame Compare Numbers. Pumpkin Pie Playdough Recipe - The Best Ideas for Kids. Maple Playdough - The Best Ideas for Kids. Apple Pie Playdough Recipe - The Best Ideas for Kids. Popped Bubble Art. 100 Calm Down Strategies for Kids | And Next Comes L. Transportation Centers and Activities (Road Number Mat Freebie too) - Pocket of Preschool. DIY Family Car Games: Magnetic Patterns Book - Say YesSay Yes.

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Planning Playtime. 10 Hands-On Ways for Preschoolers to Practice the Alphabet. Apple Pie Sensory Bin ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter. A Crafty LIVing - Arts, Crafts & Activities for Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers. Guess the Scent - Munchkins and Moms. Safety Skills: How to teach your child to memorize his phone number - The Many Little Joys. Enjoy Life – By Matty Angel. Gross Motor Sensory Play Ideas for Sensory Processing Play. Make Saline Solution Fluffy Slime Science Activity for Kids.

Rainbow Writing in Preschool. Preschool Handwriting | Fine Motor Skills | Pre-K. Good Morning Song For Preschool - Lyrics & Video. Mom's Tot School: Butterflies! Shaving Cream Rain Clouds. Valentine's Day Q-Tip Painting Printables (Love to Learn Linky #26) Create a Number Line 1 to 20 | Learning 4 Kids. Activité: un bac sensoriel sur le thème de l'alphabet | Florence et Atelier. Objectif Maternelle -Objectif Maternelle.