Simona Žižkovská

Simona Žižkovská

Simona Žižkovská
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32 sugestões de jogos

32 sugestões de jogos

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

32 sugestões de jogos

32 sugestões de jogos

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Don't throw away those empty bleach bottles -- transform them into an outdoor catching game! 1. Cut the end off a cleaned bleach bottle and remove the label. 2. Wrap the bottle with colorful tape, and you're ready to play catch!/

Don't throw away those empty bleach bottles -- transform them into an outdoor catching game! 1. Cut the end off a cleaned bleach bottle and remove the label. 2. Wrap the bottle with colorful tape, and you're ready to play catch!/

DIY Tic Tac Toe Game For Summer Gatherings

DIY Tic Tac Toe Game For Summer Gatherings

12 FREE signs for field day along with game ideas!

12 FREE signs for field day along with game ideas!

Dr Seuss Inspired - Easy Fox {Kid Craft}

Dr Seuss Inspired - Easy Fox {Kid Craft}

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2.  You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on.  Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2. You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on. Bring some sunshine into your classroom!