Science Bugs Under Glass
This set was at our local library for story time and part of their hands-on exploration for the children. I have also seen it mentioned in a few additional places and it gets pretty good reviews. So, I decided to do a little review on the product.
Apple Granola Sailboat Snack
This week I had the pleasure of hanging out with my little buddy! It has been a while since I have had a little one with so much energy. He tired me right out! But, while it was fresh in my mind I wanted to share this cute apple granola sailboat snack we made together.
Chalk Ice Pops
A “cool” way to beat the heat, make chalk ice pops for the kiddos.
Bees Like Flowers eBook
Why do bees and butterflies like flowers so much? This book helps us find out. From Mummy Nature Series: A mini nature lesson wrapped up in color and rhyme.
Busy Bees Flower Friends Downloadable Book
Flower to Bee Pre-Writing Skills Sheet
You can use this flower to bee pre-writing skills sheet as a printable worksheet or laminate it and use it in your centers for years to come.
Create Moss Terrarium
A moss terrarium is a living, miniature ecosystems in closed glass vessels.
Butterfly Art Symmetry
Every once in a while you have to shake things up. Today is that day! Directly after breakfast – circle time was replaced with group art. Today we are doing a butterfly art symmetry project
Fingerprint Bug and Flower Vase
I am always on the lookout for cute craft ideas that I can do with children. This fingerprint bug flower vase fit the bill. My neighbor gave me the idea of recycling bottles into vases.
The vases turn out extremely cute! Since you can recycle any glass bottles the budget will also thank you.
Fingerprint Flower Pots
This is a fun rainy day activity during the spring or summer. The flower pots make excellent gift ideas for Mothers Day and Grandparents Day too.
Window Paint Recipe
Paint a holiday scene on your windows, school name or Birthday greetings. Use the window recipe below. The paint is easily removed. Give each child a window to decorate.
This is a quick and thoughtful gift for Father’s Day. I did this project with a group of Head Start children last year and the project is a HUGE with the children. They enjoyed dressing up for their picture and viewing each other’s pictures. It was an even LARGER hit with the parents.