I created a self checking number re-enforcement cards to help aid in teaching counting in your classroom. The numbers are listed individually below so you can download and print the numbers you wish.
Hatching Dinosaurs Eggs Recipe – Preschool Fun
As a child did you ever have an excitement with dinosaurs? I did. I loved the mystery behind exploring and maybe finding something new and exciting hiding in the dirt. Hatching dinosaurs eggs recipe – preschool fun.
How to Make Moon Sand – Recipe
So how do you make moon sand? Do you have baby oil and all purpose flour in your home right now? If, so, then you have everything you need to make this recipe. Kids LOVE it!
I made green rice for St Patrick’s Day & to symbolize spring for the sensory table. Watch the video how to color rice for the sensory table.
How to Make Homemade Rubber Stamp Ink Recipe
Do your stamping pads dry up quick? Children forget to cover them? Maybe, you would like some additional colors but just don’t have the extra funds. Did you know it is easy to make your own stamp inks and pads and it is quick and affordable?
This glitter gel is simple to make and dries clear. You will only see the sparkles left behind by the glitter. You can brush the glitter gel over any creation that you have drawn or painted to spread glitter in an even look.
Make these adorable Christmas tree ornaments with your preschoolers to give as gifts to their parents. If you would like you can take a picture of them and glue it to the back using the hole of the wreath as a frame.
How to Make Fossil Dough
How to make fossil dough – The coffee ground dough is made using simple ingredients, including cold coffee and coffee grounds and all ingredients are easily found in your home. The dough will last for at least a month if stored in an airtight container.
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. The scent doesn’t last all that long, only for the day but they love the scent while painting and like to scratch and sniff right after the picture is dry.