Have each child cut out Christmas tree pattern, then using a sponge with green paint they stamped their hands making a hand print tree
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Using turkey pasta and colored noodles we made theses fantastic necklaces
What u need
Turkey pasta I got these last year at the world markert on clearance for 30 cents
Noodles (i used pata rigatoni and colored them with rubbing alcohol and food color)
I also use ribbon instead of yarn its easier for the 3ds to string
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
This morning I made fingerprint using this recipehttp://easiepeasie.blogspot.com/2010/07/homemade-finger-paints.html?m=1 it kind of came our allele to thicki would suggest taking it of the flame as soon as it stats to thicken it still worked just fine I delegated the mixture using these containers I got at the dollar tree a
We used the paint to decorate our names they turned or great
Sunday, October 14, 2012
to start this project I brought in a corn stalk from my back yard I left the corn connected so the kids can see how we peel of the corn, also ants were still on the stalk they loved that.
we husked the corn and then got started
Sunday, October 7, 2012
orange, yellow and white clue
tan construction paper
Large letter D
construction paper dots
Friday, September 14, 2012
Thursday, September 13, 2012
what you need
dot to dot paint
this dot to dot template I got from totschool.shannons.org/
I did not have any dot to dot on hand so I used pom poms and had the kids dip them in paint we had so much fun
Monday, September 10, 2012
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise!
than we did this alphabet page I got free from daniels place printable
I just cut out the extra A's for tracing and used the piece appropriate for my age we trace and A and finger painted ants on them
Saturday, June 23, 2012
What you need
Large felt square
smaller felt squares in varies colors
hot glue gun
I used a large black felt square for my back round
and white brown and blue felt square for the rest.
using a paper full paper towel roll (this was the perfect size for my ball)
I traced out 12 balls
I used clip art patterns for my bat and helmet
and bubble letters for my lettering (these I did free hand but you can buy some or print them out using word if you have that font)
the balls I used red fabric paint for the stitching and black fabric paint for the names
if you have made or make a banner please post picture or send a link... when trying to find banner ideas I was only able to find one useful sitehttp://bluesusanmakes.blogspot.com/2011/03/team-banner-tutorial.html
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Monday, April 9, 2012
1. Go to the park everyday – Outdoor play is great for gross and fine motor development. The social environment of the playground is also helpful for developing social skills. Toddlers learn to take turns on the slide, or wait until the swing is free. Safe climbing structures are excellent resources for physical development.
2. Get your toddler a library card – Circle and story times at your local public library are excellent resources to help your toddler develop a love for books. Toddlers also learn how to listen to the different speech intonations and tones of other adults. It is also a friendly place to learn how to sit at circle time. This becomes important when your toddler graduates to a preschool or kindergarten environment.
3. Puzzles – puzzles help with the development of problem solving and spatial skills. Research out of the University of Chicago recently revealed that toddlers who played with puzzles had better spatial skills when evaluated at age 4 1/2 . Early puzzle play may help with the development of science, technology, engineering and mathematic skills.
4. Nutrition – We are what we eat. Encourage your toddler to try new foods. Stay away from the easy pre-packaged foods that are marketed directly to parents of young children. Incorporate fish, nuts, legumes, whole grains, vegetables and fruits into your family meals. Make a game of it, and try to include a super food into every meal.
5. Rest – children (and adults) need sleep. Work on your bedtime routine so that your toddler gets the rest he needs to have a good day
Saturday, April 7, 2012
I can crescent rolls
Bowl of melted butter
cinnamon and sugar mixture
Dip marshmallow in butter
Roll marshmallow in cinnamon and sugar mixture
Place marshmallow into crescent roll
Roll bread around marshmallow
Jesus us the marshmallow and the roll is like the tomb
Place in oven
When they are done open the tomb the marshmallow is not there
He is Alive!