Spring Process Art Activities for Preschool, Pre-k, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
2w ago
Brighten up your classroom with these spring process art activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students! There are tons of ideas for spring themes like flowers, birds, farm, pond, rainbow, and MORE. Your little learners are going to love these art projects where they can be creative and explore a variety of media. So, what’s the difference between process art and product art? Process art is open-ended. The focus of the activity is to use various mediums and create a piece of art for the purpose of expression. Product art is a craft that has a set of instructions and requires the f ..read more
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Spring Light Table Activities for Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
2w ago
Set your light table up for spring with these fun and engaging activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students. The light table is a great place to capture students’ interest in literacy, math, fine motor skills, science, and more! You can do the same activities as other centers in your classroom, but students may show more interest when the activity is on the light table. Keep reading to see these spring light table activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students! Grab the Spring Math & Literacy Centers, Spring STEM I Can Build Pack, Color Mixing Science Unit ..read more
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Spring Directed Drawings for Preschool, Pre-k, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
2w ago
Spring is right around the corner, and I can’t wait for warmer weather and the new life that will begin growing! These spring directed drawings are sure to brighten your mood and get your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten room ready for warmer months. Grab the Spring Directed Drawing Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a tiny commission when you use my links at no cost to you. Benefits of Directed Drawings In the Early Childhood Classroom strengthen students’ fine motor strength, including hand-eye coordination, fine motor muscles, pe ..read more
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23 Spring Butcher Paper Activities for Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
Birds are chirping, green is starting to sprout on the vegetation, and warmer weather is on its way! So, I have created some new spring butcher paper activities for your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classrooms! I love using butcher paper activities for morning arrival, table time, small groups, center time, and so much more. If you aren’t familiar with butcher paper activities, let me give you a quick overview. They are hands-on activities that are on a large scale so that students are up moving around while learning. This helps them burn off energy and build their larger muscles to hel ..read more
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Animal Directed Drawings for Preschool, Pre-K, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
Looking for animal directed drawings for your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students? This pack of directed drawings has 8 drawings that would work perfectly for a farm, camping, forest, zoo, ocean theme, or even MORE theme ideas below. Grab the Animal Directed Drawing Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a tiny commission when you use my links at no cost to you. Benefits of Directed Drawings In the Early Childhood Classroom strengthen students’ fine motor strength, including hand-eye coordination, fine motor muscles, pencil grasp ..read more
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Themes Directed Drawings For Preschool, Pre-K, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
This set of themes directed drawings has 8 art projects for a variety of themes that you may do in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. This set is perfect for all year long and will give your students a variety of pictures, shapes, and lines to practice. Grab the Themes Directed Drawing Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a tiny commission when you use my links at no cost to you. Benefits of Directed Drawings In the Early Childhood Classroom strengthen students’ fine motor strength, including hand-eye coordination, fine ..read more
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Book Buddies Directed Drawings for Preschool, Pre-K, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
These book buddies directed drawings are some of my favorite directed drawing projects that I created! I love that they can be incorporated so easily into literacy or center time. These are book characters that are popular, and your students will be so excited to learn how to draw. Grab the Book Buddies Directed Drawing Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a tiny commission when you use my links at no cost to you. Benefits of Directed Drawings In the Early Childhood Classroom strengthen students’ fine motor strength, including hand-eye ..read more
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8 Transportation Directed Drawings for Preschool, Pre-k, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
Beep, beep! Vroom, vroom! It is time for a transportation theme in your classroom, and you have no ideas for art projects. Don’t worry! I have 8 transportation directed drawings that are perfect for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students. Grab the Transportation Directed Drawing Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a tiny commission when you use my links at no cost to you. Benefits of Directed Drawings In the Early Childhood Classroom strengthen students’ fine motor strength, including hand-eye coordination, muscle strength, penci ..read more
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Winter Directed Drawings for Preschool, Pre-K, & Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
Winter directed drawings are a fun way to incorporate your theme while focusing on following directions, fine motor skills, and exploring art media. In the winter directed drawing pack, there are step-by-step directions to draw some mittens, a snowman, a gingerbread, a reindeer, a tree, a menorah, a penguin, a polar bear, & a Valentine’s heart. Keep reading to see how I create these beautiful pieces of art with my 3, 4, and 5 year old students. Plus look out for 2 FREEBIES later in the post! Grab the Winter Directed Drawings Unit for all the printables! This post contains affiliate links ..read more
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Winter Process Art Activities for Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten
Pocket of Preschool
by Abby Crouse
1M ago
The gloomy days of winter are ahead, and you are going to have to work extra hard to keep young children engaged and focused on educational tasks. That is why I like to incorporate some art projects to give them a break but still be working on other important skills like fine motor skills, creativity, and social skills. Keep reading to see my winter process art activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students. So, what’s the difference between process art and product art? Process art is open-ended. The focus of the activity is to use various mediums and create a piece of art for the ..read more
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