My preschool class is learning about laughter and celebrations. I thought of this craft for them to do. It’s a clown. You will need fruit netting ( like on Asian Pears), construction paper, foam paper, a marker, small plastic jars with lids ( found at Michael’s), and cupcake liners. Make a clown face with markers…Read more »
Looking for an activity for your youngster for St. Patrick’s Day? Try this. Tie different colored ribbons on a jar band. Play some Irish music and have the kids whirl the band of colors around.
Here is a craft I tried with my preschoolers and they loved it. You will need a small jar with a lid, glue, white glitter, figurine, either tree stickers or a tiny bottlebrush tree. Glue the figurine and tree to inside of lid, or if you prefer place tree sticker behind figurine. I used a…Read more »
Here is a project I tried with my preschoolers. You will need a clear ball ornament, preferably plastic. Have 2 different colors of acrylic or enamel paint. JoAnne’s usually has a good sale on them this time of year. Prepare a work area by putting down old newspapers. Place the ornament in a plastic or…Read more »
I was teaching my preschoolers about Advent and we made a wreath out of foam. Then I had them work on a star. Together the two projects looked amazing. You can either purchase precut foam wreathes at Michaels or make your own. I liked the scalloped edges. Here is the list of materials you will…Read more »
The theme of this week’s preschool lesson is we care about the Earth. For this craft project we made shadow boxes. It was a fun project as it made things stand out. You will need: recycled boxes, about tissue box big old cards & calendar pictures animal & tree stickers clear glue plastic figures like…Read more »
This recipe enhances natural highlights. You will need these ingredients: 1 1/4 quarts of water 1 cup chamomile flowers 1/4 cup calendula flowers 1/2 tsp. extra virgin olive oil 1 ounce lemon juice 5 drops lavender essential oil In a pot add the water and flowers. Simmer for 15 minutes. Mash the flowers in the…Read more »