Five Spring Ideas from Plastic Spoons

Plastic spoon chicken--A craft to help promote discrimination and production of /ʧ/ phoneme. Can be used in conjunction with books about chickens during therapy sessions.

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"Pääsiäiskanat ja -kukot" (Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Tiina Rautio)

"Pääsiäiskanat ja -kukot" (Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Tiina Rautio)

How to make an easy Easter postcard Going to use this for foreground, middle…

How to make an easy Easter postcard Going to use this for foreground, middle ground and background!

Trace the chicken within the six squares. Colour the chicken, wing and background with patterns in black. Colour the beak and comb with red. Paste the chickens on a red background and decorate the edges with white eggs.

Idea--have students draw one thing several times and experiement with line designs inside each one--Variety and Rhythm! By: Tekenen en zo: Pasen

Instead of tossing your used wine corks, recycle them into makeshift stamps your kids can use to create tiny Easter chicks. Get the tutorial at Crafty Morning.   - CountryLiving.com

35 Adorable Easter Crafts Your Kids Will Love

Wine Cork Chicks: Instead of tossing your used wine corks, recycle them into makeshift stamps your kids can use to create tiny Easter chicks.

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