I love to make wreathes every year around this time. I decided on a sweet theme this year based off the gingerbread boy.
Today my family & I went to Ocean Shores for the sandfest and sawdust festival. It was amateur day for sandcastle building. The teacher had an adorable dragon. The chainsaw artists were great too.
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 »