Download and print the PDF files below. Once you have printed the patterns, laminate them. Bag up M&M candies and invite the children to complete the patterns.
How to Make Scratch and Sniff Watercolors
Make these wonderfully scented watercolors for the children to paint with. Once the paint has dried, the children can scratch and sniff their pictures for the day.
Dying Pumpkin Seeds
Carving a pumpkin this year? Have some extra seeds that you don’t want to go to waste?
This is ice cream flannel board or magnetic board such a fun rhyming tool to use during group time.
No need to go out and purchase tempera paint. Whip up your own rainbow of colors in a few minutes. You more than likely have everything you need to get started in your kitchen right now!
We all have them. You know those small stubs and broken crayons. With each new year comes a whole new batch.
Here is a way to recycle your old broken crayons into new crayons.
Flower Clothes Pin Counting by Twos Matching Game
Download and print all the pieces to this flower clothes pin counting by twos matching game.
Wiggle Worm Color Shape Circle Time Large Group Game
This is one of my preschoolers all time favorite circle time games and why shouldn’t be? They get to get up and wiggle around periodically. Wiggle worm color shape circle time large group game, alphabet, and wiggle worm number game all 3 available for download.
Print the patterns using the link in below in red. Laminate and mount pieces in file folder. Have the children match the correct colored M&M’s to fish.
Homemade Water Color Recipe – Preschool Art
This is an excellent recipe for preschool art. Homemade watercolors give you the options to make custom colors, they keep well and make superior gifts.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See Flannel Board Pattern
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See Flannel Board Pattern. Print out the following patterns and laminate them for durability. Back the pieces with felt or sandpaper to use on a felt board or magnets to use on a magnetic board.
The flannel board pieces were made to go hand in hand with Bill Martin Jr’s popular children’s book Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
Print my Little Cat Flannel Board pattern below. Then laminate and cut out the pieces. Line the back of the pieces with flannel.
Arrange the hats in a random pattern on the flannel board. Hide the cat under one of the random hats while the children look away.
Full week of activities to do a Color Theme with preschool children.