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

pom pom counting

each child got a number sheet glue and pom poms.

they did an amazing job

corn painting

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

then hung in our corn field

open house

so this week was my back to school night for the three year old class it is run like an open house here is our fall tree with apples leaves and acorns ( the acorns were painted with acorn. we were going to roll the acorns on the paper but that did not work so we stuck the paper on the acorns and moved the paper back and forth

spotlighting me this has the child's name fav. color birthday hair color eye color fav food what they can do and what the want to be when they grow up all answered by themselves

we make super sized scare crows and hand and foot print crows to go with them the corn we painted with actual corn

autumn trees were painted with their hands then they put felt leaf stickers on them

the name of my class is giraffes the spots of the giraffes our their finger prints

candy corn painting they painted stripes on there hands to represent candy corn

10 Apples up on top


using a brown lunch bag I cut out an apple shape then glued 2 pieces together leaving a space at the top once it dried I filled it with paper and sealed the apple I then let the 3's paint both sides of the apples for our fall tree.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

candy corn

what you need:
candy corn
orange, yellow and white clue
tan construction paper

show class what a candy corn is and tell them that they will be turning their hands into candy corn show them how each candy corn has a strip of each color in it orange, white and yellow have them paint there hands putting a strip of each color then stamp it to the paper.


dots on D

what you need

Large letter D
construction paper dots

have each child trace the letter D with the glue   then have them place dots on the D to decorate it
I let them use as many or little dots as they want remember it's their art :) let them have fun with it