Rainforest crafts for toddlers

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This week was all about monkeys, birds, and butterflies with our Preschool Rainforest theme. This was a new theme that we didn’t try out in tot school, which made it extra fun to learn and explore! Here were our plans for our rainforest theme: And here are the details for each activity: Rainforest Vocabulary: […]

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Carol Stanidzewski
Tippytoe Crafts: Gorilla & Me Handprints - Actual Size by Steve Jenkins books activity! Goodnight Gorilla Craft, Goodnight Gorilla Activities, Rainforest Preschool, Hippo Crafts, Goodnight Gorilla, Gorilla Craft, Preschool Jungle, Animal Crafts Preschool, Zoo Crafts

When we had our Jungle theme a couple weeks ago, I went to the library and checked out the book Actual Size, by Steve Jenkins. In it there is a picture of a life-sized adult gorilla hand. I thought it would be fun for the kids to see how much bigger it is compared to their hands. So I traced it to make a template and then I traced the template onto black construction paper. I used white paint to put a handprint of the child right on top of the gorilla handprint. And just for fun, after…

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Jessica Stender
These bright lizard pictures look great pinned on the kitchen fridge.  And they are so straightforward to produce that with a little preparation toddlers and preschoolers will have no trouble with this activity. A great project for a "Letter L" theme in the classroom - or a quick and easy activity to entertain your little artist. Reptiles, Colorado Springs, Desert Animals, Zoo, Rainforest Activities, Rainforest Animals, Desert Crafts, Rainforest Theme, Jungle Theme

These bright lizard pictures look great pinned on the kitchen fridge. And they are so straightforward to produce that with a little preparation toddlers and preschoolers will have no trouble with this activity. A great project for a "Letter L" theme in the classroom - or a quick and easy activity to entertain your little artist.

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Lisa Reimann