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It’s clear we have a new favorite kind of craft in our house…finger puppets! Each new day brings new ideas for fun critters we want to make and our latest bee finger puppets are soooo super adorable that you are going to want to immediately turn off your computer and go make them with your …

It’s clear we have a new favorite kind of craft in our house…finger puppets! Each new day brings new ideas for fun critters we want to make and our latest bee finger puppets are soooo super adorable that you are going to want to immediately turn off your computer and go make them with your …

New Post has been published on http://www.preschoolactivities.us/transportation-worksheets-for-kids/ “Transportation worksheets for kids ”

New Post has been published on http://www.preschoolactivities.us/transportation-worksheets-for-kids/ “Transportation worksheets for kids ”

Peces

Peces

Lodičky z papíru

Lodičky z papíru

Sommerliche Bastel-und Faltarbeit

Sommerliche Bastel-und Faltarbeit

Minulý měsíc jsem s dětmi na kroužku dělala papírovou dekoraci do okna. Bavilo to nejen je, ale i maminky a proto vám ráda můj nápad pře...

Minulý měsíc jsem s dětmi na kroužku dělala papírovou dekoraci do okna. Bavilo to nejen je, ale i maminky a proto vám ráda můj nápad pře...

Tvoření od IVETULE: Strom do okna

Tvoření od IVETULE: Strom do okna

Season tree

Season tree

Here is my way of introducing the children to colour mixing. 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!

Here is my way of introducing the children to colour mixing. 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!