Father’s Day Handprint Poem Free Printable
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by Mary Catherine
1w ago
Add the Father’s Day handprint poem to your collection of holiday activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. It’s a print-and-use free printable, so you can have it ready to go in a snap. You don’t need many materials to create the keepsake handprint poem for Father’s Day, either! And you can make adjustments to how you use it based on the needs and ages of your students. The handprint poem for dads makes for a sweet and thoughtful gift young children can make for dads, grandpas, and father figures in their lives. And you can definitely switch things up to make it suitable for other im ..read more
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Free Camping Printable Book for Kids
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by Mary Catherine
3w ago
This camping printable book is just right for your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. Or as part of your preparations for taking a camping trip with children! Explore high frequency words, phonics, and other early literacy skills using the camping emergent reader. It’s also a great way to review basic book handling skills and book knowledge with young kids. You can use the printable camping book any time of the year. It’s very low prep, too, so you can have it ready to go tomorrow morning! Related: Printable Books I love that this simple book can be used during a vari ..read more
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S’mores on a Stick Camping Theme Snack
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
If you’re looking for a treat to add to your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids, let me suggest s’mores on a stick! They’re super easy to make, especially if you don’t have access to a campfire! You don’t need many materials to make the deconstructed s’mores, and your students can help do most of the snack creation. And, bonus, you can incorporate many early learning skills into the creation of the s’mores pops! In fact, many of these skills will occur naturally during the s’more making process. Related: Summer Activities for Preschoolers Years and years ago, during ..read more
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Canoe Calendar Numbers Free Printable
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
Add these canoe calendar numbers to your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. They’d also be great as part of a transportation theme or a unit about the outdoors. No matter when you integrate the canoe number cards, you can use them for a wide variety of early math skills. They can be used to teach math concepts like number identification and one-to-one correspondence, just to name two. Plus, the canoe printable numbers are low-prep. You can use materials you likely already have on-hand to prep the cards and use them with your students. Related: Calendar Numbers Even ..read more
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Painting with Marshmallows Camping Process Art
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
Painting with marshmallows is a great process art activity to add to your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. I love that this marshmallow painting activity uses non-traditional implements, mainly because that makes it super engaging for the children! Kids seem to get a kick out of painting without paintbrushes, and what a great way to explore different art techniques. Plus, it gets the children thinking outside of the box. You can very easily adapt this marshmallow art idea for a wide variety of thematic units, holidays, and seasons. Which makes it a year-round art proj ..read more
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Pet Rock Craft Kids Can Make
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
This pet rock craft is a wonderful addition to your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids! You don’t need many materials to get started, and the children can be as creative as they want. The pet rock activity doesn’t take very long to prep, either. Plus, it’s easy to adjust this rock art project based on your students’ ages and needs. While it’s a very simple idea, you can definitely add more to it as you see fit. And there are so many ways to extend the pet rocks fun to practice early math and literacy skills along the way. Related: Art Projects for Kids I can’t rememb ..read more
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Coconut Cloud Dough Recipe to Make This Summer
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
This coconut cloud dough is another great addition to your list of summer activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. Not only does it smell amazing, but it will also have the kids engaged and excited for hours! You don’t need too many supplies to make the coconut-scented cloud dough. Your students can even help you create this sensory invitation! And there are a variety of sensory tools, loose parts, and manipulatives you can add to the DIY summer cloud dough. Meaning that you can change things up based on what you have on-hand, as well as your students’ ages and needs. Related: Sen ..read more
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I Spy Camping Free Printable
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
Add this I spy camping printable to your camping activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids today. It’s print-and-use, so you can have it ready for your students very quickly! The camping I spy sheet works on both early math and early literacy skills in a fun and engaging way. You can include it in your camping lesson plans. Or simply try it out with kids who love scavenger hunts and counting. The camping printable comes with multiple versions. That way, you can choose which one best meets the needs of your individual students. Related: Free Preschool Printables Read below for prepp ..read more
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Very Hungry Caterpillar Cutting Strips Free Printable
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
Practice fine motor skills with our Very Hungry Caterpillar cutting strips. They check the fine motor practice box on your list of butterfly activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids. Perhaps my favorite thing about the Very Hungry Caterpillar cutting practice printable is that its super versatile. You can easily change it up based on your preferences and the needs of your students. On top of that, they’re super low prep. Just a few quick steps and they’re ready to use with students! You can use the printable cutting sheets during your next butterfly unit or as part of your spring less ..read more
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Crayon Resist Death Star Art
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by Mary Catherine
1M ago
This Death Star art is a fun and easy Star Wars idea to add to your collection of art projects for kids! You don’t need many materials to create this, and prep work is minimal. If you don’t want to add it to your May the 4th Be With You activities, the Death Star painting can be adjusted for other themes. I think a space unit would be a great idea for it, too. Plus, you can change up the colors and designs to make it into something completely different. Related: Star Wars Activities This fun little art idea came about near my son’s birthday. We wanted to make some simple decorations for th ..read more
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