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Handprint Animal Alphabet A-Z

Handprint Animal Alphabet A-Z
Well, it has been a fun 26 weeks! I cannot believe that we embarked on a Handprint Alphabet over 26 weeks ago (that is 6 months ago?! Wow). And what an alphabet journey it has been! We started off with an innocent A for Alien.. then a B for Bee.. and suddenly we were on a Handprint Animals journey. {If you LOVE crafts and you want to keep up to date… I would LOVE YOU to subscribe to e-mail notifications and come and to join me on Facebook !} I thought it would be nice to bring all the handprint animals together visually in one place. You most probably do not want to do ALL the handprint animals (it did take us 6 months!!!) And here they are… all together for you to browse! (Just click on the images for “more” info and larger photos!) So.. that is it from us!! Did you like this? Tags: a-z, abc, alphabet, crafts, handprints Category: Alphabet, Get Crafty, Kids Craft Related:  facile à faire avec les enfantsECRIRE

reciclando en la escuela: 120. FaMiLiAs Pegando unos restos de tela a modo de ropa a un papel, los niños y las niñas dibujaron el resto del cuerpo( es una idea muy vista ) Este es un trabajo para unos libros que estamos haciendo Se trataba de que cada uno dibujara a las personas que viven en su casa Los dibujos son de los niños y niñas de la escuela, pero los llevé a casa y a mis hijos se les ocurrió jugar a formar cada familia fijándose bien en cómo estaban dibujadas las caras, las manos... Luego hicieron otras clasificaciones por edad, sexo, tipo de ropa...Los ordenaron por tamaños... En la escuela cada uno recompuso su familia un mes más tarde de haberla dibujado y fue muy interesante ver cómo buscaban, contaban y comparaban

POUR BIEN COMMENCER LA JOURNEE ET POUR PASSER UNE BONNE SOIREE... Je dois vous avouer que ce nouveau rythme d'école à 4 jours et demi m'effraie un peu. Fini le mardi soir un peu plus cool, où l'on reportaient les devoirs et le bain au mercredi. Tous les soirs de la semaine seront dorénavant chargés. Et il est, pour moi, impératif que les quelques heures passées avec mes loulous soient des heures de qualité et profiter pleinement du temps ensemble, pour ainsi remplir à fond leur réservoir. J'ai donc souhaité retravailler sur les routines et prévoir un affichage que j'avais retiré il y a 2 ans. Je me suis largement inspirée du planning du site femmes débordées pour réaliser cette liste de routine, en associant images et textes pour qu'elle soit utilisable aussi bien par mon aîné que mon cadet, qui ne sait pas encore lire. J'ai souhaité rajouter une horloge pour qu'ils visualisent l'heure à laquelle cette routine prend fin: le départ pour l'école et l'heure du coucher (ils ont une pendule dans leur chambre).

55+ Cardboard Tube Crafts for Kids If you’re looking for cardboard tube crafts for your kids to make, I’ve got you covered! I love to make recycled crafts, but cardboard tubes are probably one of my all time favorite supplies. I’m not really sure why, but when thinking up things to make that kids will like, it just seems so easy to create things from a cardboard tube! In fact, I’m currently working on an e-book with my good friend Maggy of Red Ted Art that will be exclusively cardboard tube crafts. Below are some of my all time favorite cardboard tube crafts. See all 55+ cardboard tube crafts here.

Céline Lamour-Crochet Les ateliers d'écriture de Marie | Ecrire pour le plaisir des mots Dlan i otisak umjetnost How To Organize Linen Closet Or Cabinet During this week's challenge we'll organize linen closet or cabinets, so you can easily find the items you need among your collection of fabrics items for use in and around your home. There are three main types of linens I'll be discussing, and helping you organize this week. The types are separated by what room they're used in, and include: BathroomBedroom; andTable (such as used in the dining room Are you new here? Step 1: Declutter Your Linens The first step in this week's challenge is to declutter and get rid of excess linens. The items you should focus on decluttering include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Obviously, get rid of anything you no longer use or love, and any items that are excessively worn or damaged. However, after that it gets tricky trying to figure out what to keep and what to donate or use in another way. Make your own hanging shelves in closetwith KangaRoom Complete Linen Closet [Available on Step 2: Decide Where To Store Your Linens How To Organize Sheets

And Next Comes L: DIY Color Blocks My kids enjoy playing with light, whether it's exploring natural light or mirrors or playing with our DIY light table. So oftentimes, I find myself creating homemade materials to aide them in their curiousness of light play. These DIY color blocks are just one of the many homemade light table toys that I have made. At just a fraction of the cost, these color blocks can be made in just a few minutes with simple materials from the dollar store. And they're so pretty! This post contains affiliate links. I have always admired color blocks. And I did! My price tag: $3.00. Only three dollars?! How to Make DIY Color Blocks from Dollar Store Wooden Blocks To make these blocks, you will need a game of wooden tumbling towers (aka Jenga). To make one block, you will need eight wood blocks from the tumbling towers game and a piece of colored transparency. Repeat multiple times, using a different colored transparency for each block. And that's it! Other Ideas You'll Love

DIY Salt Tray and Alphabet Cards | thismummaslife The other night I put together this salt tray and set of alphabet cards set for Simon. He has been into learning about letters lately, and loves to trace things. Also, anytime he gets to do sensory play is exciting for him. There are so many different, awesome ways to make salt trays and to play with them, but the one that inspired me was from this great Montessori site. toy that Simon got for Christmas. In addition to working on making letters, Simon also likes to use the tray to draw pictures. There are so many possibilities, and we are having lots of fun with these. :) Like this: Like Loading... Author: thismummaslife I am a Mumma, Wife and part-time Assistant Children's Librarian.

Alphabet à compléter / reconstituer HEMA Vous pouvez aussi jouer avec les versions grises si vous avez des gommettes d’autres couleurs, ou créer vos propres étiquettes à coller sur les bouchons, ou simplement à plastifier et déposer sur le plateau. Il y a : Le plateau avec les lettres de couleurs Le plateau avec les lettres en gris mais le tour du cercle en couleur Le plateau avec les lettres et les tours en gris Le plateau sans lettres Les modèles, en couleurs et en gris. Pour les modèles, vous pouvez cocher l'option sur l'imprimante 2 pages sur une feuille, pour les avoir en A5, cela suffit ^^ Toujours pour jouer avec les mêmes bouchons, voici les bandes de lettres manquantes, pour compléter des parties de l'alphabet. Comme pour le jeu précédent, en version couleur et en version grisée pour + de difficulté ou pour ceux qui n'ont pas les gommettes couleurs HEMA version grise d'autres lettres, avec d'autres couleurs et les scripts!

Kids Craft Blog by - Monday Funday: Frog Prince Valentine Card Holder April 11 2014 Win a $100 Gift Card to Walmart Plus Craft Supplies You can now find a rainbow of colors of our Apple Barrel® Acrylic Craft Paint in store at Walmart, and to celebrate, it's your chance to win a $100 Walmart Gift Card PLUS $100 worth of craft suppl... [More] April 10 2014 A Passion For Purple: Nine Color of the Year Inspired Projects We shared with you Pantone's Color of the Year, but now that spring is in the air, we can't wait to show you nine new projects just in time for the season! April 8 2014 The Cutest Rainy Day Crafts Ever We found the absolute cutest, sweetest, and most adorable projects of the season. How to Paint Glass Painting on glass is not only fun, but it can be very easy especially for beginners! April 7 2014 Martha Stewart Crafts Mad About Color: April 2014 Last month, we introduced our new Martha Stewart Crafts® Mad About Color series to you, and we're egg-cited to bring you the second edition of the palette that has us talking and crafting! April 5 2014

September Declutter Calendar: 15 Minute Daily Missions For Month Here's the September 2014 declutter calendar with a daily 15 minute decluttering and organizing mission for each day of the month. Remember, here are the ground rules: 1. Work for 15 minutes to declutter and do the mission listed, and if you need to work longer, and have the time, go for it. However, don't feel obligated to. 2. 3. 4. 5. Plus, get some inspiration from the quote of the month, below. September Decluttering Missions: Day 1 - Read Organized Home Challenge #35: Linen closetDay 2 - Declutter old towels and wash clothsDay 3 - Declutter old sheets and make ragsDay 4 - Declutter blankets, throws and comfortersDay 5 - Declutter pillows (including decorator ones throughout house)Day 6 - Declutter old rugs (including in bathroom, mudroom, etc.)Day 7 - Declutter self-storage areas outside homeDay 8 - Read Organized Home Challenge #36: Master closetDay 9 - Declutter clothes you no longer like, fit into or are out of style Get The September Declutter Calendar Printable

StoryMap JS - Create a Mapped Story to Save in Google Drive StoryMap JS is a nice tool for creating mapped stories. On StoryMap JS you create slides that are matched to locations on your map. Each slide in your story can include images or videos along with text. StoryMap JS integrates with your Google Drive account. Applications for Education One of the best examples of StoryMap JS for classroom use is found in the Manifest Destiny storymap featured on the StoryMap JS homepage.

You Are The Roots: homeschool preschool - age 4 - stars, week one Week 1 of 2 of our stars theme came to a close this weekend and it was awesome. Ethan is so relieved to have tot school back and it feels great to be back into our regular swing of things. We began learning all about the stars this week. Life Cycle of a Star This one was a fun picture matching activity to identify the life cycle of a star -- or a lightened up version, anyway. Star Book For this one, I made a little book of "star facts" and Ethan got to illustrate each one as he went. Follow The Star Directions For this one, we practiced reading some sight words -- mostly colors -- and Ethan colored each star in as he read the words on the paper. Read It, Build It, Write It This was hands down Ethan's favorite activity of the week and I'll be keeping it on board for week two of our star theme. Build A Constellation For this activity, I recreated some constellations on construction paper. Star Dice Game This was another fun activity I will keep around for the upcoming week!