One Fish Two Fish Number Match - Creative Family Fun
Play a fun number match game inspired by Dr. Seuss's One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Dr. Seuss Thing 1 and Thing 2 Handprint Craft For Kids - I Heart Arts n Crafts
This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy. Create your own handprint Thing 1 and Thing 2 handprint art from the popular book by Dr. Seuss called Cat In The Hat. With National Read Across America Day approaching, we’ve been pulling out and reading some of our favorite Dr. Seuss books which also means Dr. […]
Red Fish Blue Fish Handprint Puppets
Cute handprint fish puppets inspired by Dr. Seuss One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. kid craft | book inspired craft | book extension activity
Blocks & STEM Center... Building Pet Homes (a FREEBIE) - Pocket of Preschool
Blocks Center: Pet Home STEM challenge posters (FREEBIE) for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first. Fun for a pet theme.
Pet Shop :Unit
We stared our unit off by reading the book The Perfect Pet After reading the book we had a class discussion on what we would need to do to help the pets. We had a class discussion on what types of animals would make good pets and what types of animals would not. Pocket Chart Story using the children's names. The children enjoyed rereading the pet story over and over so that they could hear and see their name. Small Group Activities Fish Bowl Letter Bingo Calling cards are in lowercase…
15 Vibrant Matisse Art Projects for Kids That Really Wow
Expand your study of Art History for Preschoolers with more hands-on exploration featuring 15 Matisse art projects for kids. When we first started our exploration of Art History Kids, we began with Matisse. His use of vibrant colors and large geometric shapes – whether in his early years painting or…
Alphabet Craft Archives - Homeschool Creations
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Vet/pet clinic- boards are felt and vinyl, get the "thorns" out of the paw. Use misc. things such nails or pine needles as thorns. Great fine motor skills with tweezers