Sandpaper Bear Necklace
Use the sandpaper bear necklace pattern to trace and cut out bear shapes from sandpaper. Rub cinnamon sticks on bears cut from sandpaper. Punch hole in the bear and wear for necklace.
Going on a Bear Hunt Picnic
This going on a bear hunt picnic activity invites the children to follow the bear paw prints on the floor to an indoor picnic. Tape the prints on the floor leading to a picnic.
Gingerbread Man Fingerplay
This is a cute gingerbread man fingerplay to act out with your children. Just download the picture to your phone, tablet or computer for quick reference to use in your classrooms.
Im a Little Pine Tree Christmas Song
Im a Little Pine Tree Christmas Song is a Preschool Christmas song that is sung to the tune of I’m a Little Teapot.
Print out the colored snowman cards and matching buttons. Laminate all the pieces and cut them out. Have the children match the correct colored buttons to the matching colored snowman.
Winter Theme The weather is colder. In some places, snow or rain may fall from the sky. Daylight is shorter. Sometimes it is still dark when we get up in the morning. Along with a variety of special winter activity sports. Let’s talk about WINTER!
Summer Winter Hat Sorting Center
Summer Winter Hat Sorting Center – Have parents bring in a variety of hats. Look at the hats with your children and talk about how they are alike and different during group time. Have them guess when each hat is worn in either summer or winter.
Learning number recognition and math doesn’t have to be difficult. Incorporate learning games into your day. Make learning a game!
Could this Chilly The Penguin paper plate art project be any easier or economical to create?
No snow? No Problem! Create rows and rows of cute sock snowmen indoors.
You can use this activity as an art project or use the wallpaper mittens as a center to practice lacing.
Download and print The Mitten flannel board patterns below. All patterns are in full color and includes a story. Once the patterns are printed you can laminate the patterns and back them with flannel, felt or magnets to act out the story of the mitten.