Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
When I saw this idea on Pinterest (from Mrs. Dahl’s Classroom) to make a paper plate clock for learning to tell time, I knew we had to do it! Gresham is ready to learn how to tell time, and we have been needing to just sit down and work on it. Easier said than done […]
Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)
The Future's So Bright....We Have to Wear Shades!
Here's a bulletin board in my classroom -- the students just LOVE it! Sunglasses were from Walmart. I took the pics on the first day of school. The sun cutouts have the students' names on them.
Weather Charts for Preschoolers
My girls love to talk about the weather, and this time of year seems to have all kinds of weather to observe. Here are some of the weather charts we have made: This paper plate weather chart is perfect for even the littlest weather watcher. We used die-cut shapes and a cotton ball for the cloud. ...
Resource: 1-Point Perspective City
(thesmartteacher.com) A new twist on 1-Point Perspective. Students will draw a circle, create a point in the middle of the circle, and create a city that aligns to the vanishing point. Students will select buildings that they have a personal connection to.