Horse Roll The Die and Color The Number Game
Divide the children up into small groups. Give each child in the group a copy of the horse pattern, crayons and one die for the group. Have the children take turns rolling a die. The number the child rolls in the number of spaces on their horse they color. The first person to color in their numbered pieces wins.
Dot to Dot Pulling a Rabbit Out of a Hat
Use the link in red below to download and print the PDF file “Dot to Dot Pulling a Rabbit Out of Hat” page. You can laminate the page and use it as a center activity or otherwise as a worksheet.
Wooden Play Food For House Corner or Play Kitchen
I was going to set up my own patterns to create wooden blocks for my nieces play kitchen set for Christmas but decided to do a search online first. I found the patterns for my blocks here: PATTERNS and the full instructions here: FULL INSTRUCTIONS.
Turkey Bulletin Board or Door Display
Use colored construction paper to trace and cut out a handprint for each child in your classroom. Cut out a turkey-shaped body from brown construction paper; arrange the handprint feathers to become the fan of your classroom turkey. Add the turkey-shaped body.
Easter Chick (Okay Rooster) Art Project
Recycle a cardboard toilet paper tube into an Easter chick (he is turning into a rooster 🙂 The supplies you need are minimal, and the end results are just too darn cute!
Five Animals Flannel Board
Five Animals flannel board goes hand in hand with any farm animal unit. Print the pattern, cut them out and then back the pieces with magnets for a magnetic board, otherwise, felt, velcro or sandpaper for a felt board.