Beat Winter Boredom with 15 Winter #Crafts for Kids
Beat winter boredom with fun winter crafts! This winter is proving to be long and cold with LOTS of snow. Between the ice storm, freezing cold temperatures, and snow storm after snow storm, the kids have been inside a lot! Crafts are a great way to keep the kids busy and entertained. We recently made coffee filter snowflakes and the kids really enjoyed it. I've rounded up some great winter crafts from fellow bloggers that are sure to keep the little ones busy til spring. Check them out and…
Make a penguin - Projects for Preschoolers
There are some great simple tutorials about how to draw penguins on NothingButpenguins.com and looking at the illustrations I thought this would also make a great “make a penguin” project. Instead of drawing the penguins, use this guide to cut out your own pieces to make your own penguins out of construction paper. You need ... Read more
French Winter Clothing Vocabulary - For French Immersion
FREE French Winter Clothing Activity with dice – kids practice vocabulary for winter clothing (les vêtements d'hiver) and color words en français!
Fleur d'hiver - Objectif Maternelle
En janvier, nous avons construit la fleur d’hiver. Le travail sur l’album La Moufle (Père Castor) a permis de lister un vocabulaire intéressant: être transi de froid, grelotter, frissonner etc… Voici les images (PDF) que nous … Continuer la lecture →
Montessori-Inspired Dr. Seuss Activities
March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Today, I want to share some Montessori-inspired Dr. Seuss activities from around the blogosphere. Montessori-Inspired Dr. Seuss Activities Dr. Seuss with a Touch of Montessori (my post from last year, which has links to Montessori-inspired Dr. Seuss activities from this time last year and earlier) 30+ Dr. Seuss Inspired Phonics Activities (my roundup post) Montessori-Inspired Rhyming Fun for Toddlers and Preschoolers (my post) Montessori-Inspired One Fish…
Number Writing Activity. Salt Tray Game.
Follow us on Pinterest This quick and easy to set up activity uses a few basic materials and is fabulous for practicing number writing, counting, subitising and more. It can be a great independent activity that promotes self checking and self correction. Ages: 3+ (Maddie was 4 here. See the bottom for Handy Tips to simplify or extend to meet your child's needs) Materials: Table Salt, Dish, Cardboard squares, marker, paintbrush On one side of each card, write a number and on the other side…
Pigloo - Moi j'aime skier - ( paroles ) YourKidTV
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