How to Make Toilet Roll Ninjas - Frugal Fun For Kids
So quick and easy to make these toilet roll ninjas, with their mad sensei skills, are a perfect after school, weekend or playdate craft for boys and girls.
6 adorable turkey crafts for kids | BabyCenter
I'm really looking forward to celebrating Thanksgiving this time around. This year will be my first year hosting Thanksgiving at my house, so I thought it would be fun to have some crafts ready for the kids to do while the adults chat. I found most of these turkey craft ideas while browsing on P...
Paper bag tepees- multicultural art/elementary art (art teacher: v. giannetto)- I don't think I would teach this in art but these are cute and it would be a fun classroom project.
For the Love of Art
I was inspired by MaryMaking's spotted owl collages from this post: http://marymaking.blogspot.com/2009/12/splatter-painted-spotted-owls.html 4th Graders just finished dissecting owl pellets in Science, so I knew they'd be into any kind of owl project. Last year, these same students learned about Jackson Pollock and had experience with splatter painting prior to this project- let me tell you...this might be their favorite thing EVER. We did owl sketches in our sketch books (check previous…
The Easiest Way for Toddlers to Make Fall Apple Art
This toddler apple activity includes lots of action, so it's the perfect fall idea for busy little kids! Free apple printable!
Candy Corn Craft
Candy Corn Counting: Create a Candy corn monster craft this fall or Halloween in your classroom or use this craftivity as a math center to help your students learn to use objects to count from 1-20. There are two versions included. For the first version, you will cut the craft out and use colored paper. Use different colored paper for different colors of candy corn math monsters. For the second print and go version, print one copy that doesn't require any cutting. I have even included candy…
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Frilled Neck Lizards are a unique reptile found mostly in the tropical Northern half of Australia and parts of Papua New Guinea. When they are feeling frightened or defensive they puff out the frill around their neck, earning them their name. I don’t think I have ever been lucky enough to spot one of these creatures in it’s natural habitat in the wild, but one day I would like to. They are
Three Little Pigs Sequencing Cards
Three Little Pigs* Create a Three Little Pigs craft with this three little pigs sequencing card craft. The sequencing cards include a picture of the straw house from the story, the twig house, the brick house, and a boiling pot. Students can use the craft to retell the three little pigs story and work on their sequencing skills. This craft makes a great three little pigs display too. It can be folded up like a little three little pigs storybook too. Hope you enjoy this three little pigs…