Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty
Paper Plate Humpty Dumpty

Fix-up Humpty Dumpty
Here is the link for the egg template 

Learning Projects
Humpty Dumpty Rhyming

Humpty Dumpty Lapbook
Here is the link for the Humpty Dumpty Lapbook
Skills:  writing, letter E, ovals, cutting, sequencing, Science - who lays eggs?
Front Cover                            Back Cover

Inside of the book

Humpty Dumpty Sequencing
Here is the link for sequencing

Make a Scene
Here is the link for this cut-and-paste scene

Wednesday, April 6, 2016


Easter Projects
Easter Lithographs
Directions.  Trace or draw an Easter shape using crayon onto sandpaper.  Color the shape in.  Place a white piece of paper over the crayon drawing and press a hot iron onto the paper.  Try not to move the iron around, it will cause the crayon to smear.  Remove the iron and you will have your print!

Carrot Footprint

Glitter Eggs
We love making these styrofoam, glitter eggs - we make them every year!
Cover Styrofoam eggs with glue and then sprinkle with glitter.   Seal with a coat of Mod-Podge or hairspray.

Paper Plate Rabbits

Glitter Cookie Cutter Stamped Bunny
Directions:  Press an Easter themed cookie cutter into white paint.  Press the cookie cutter all over the bunny shaped cut-out.  Then sprinkle glitter over the wet, white paint.  Let dry.  Glue on a pom-pom for the tail.

Footprint Bunny

Sock Bunny
 Dirctions:  Use a colorful sock (I just happened to have some pink socks that were missing their partners!)  Fill the sock with dried beans or rice, filling it up just past the heel.  Close the sock with a tightly looped rubber band.  Tie a ribbon around the sock just below the heel, to create the head and neck.  Use scissors to cut the sock's cuff into two ears, rounding the edges tot give the ears the right shape.  Cut a nose and teeth from felt.  Attach the nose and teeth with craft glue.  I used googly eyes for eyes, but you can use felt.  Attach a pom-pom or cotton ball tail with glue.  

Air Dry Clay Easter Cut-Outs

Leprechaun Footprint

Easter Pack
Skills:  letter order, beginning sounds, letter matching, counting, number recognition, patterns
Here is the link for all of the activities below - Easter Pack
Lower-Case Letter Order

                             Beginning Sound Matching                Letter Matching

Counting and Number Recognition

Easter Patterns

Easter Egg Hunt Alphabet Game
Skill:  lowercase letter recognition,
Here is the link for the Easter Egg Hunt Printable

Thursday, March 17, 2016


Learning Activities
1 Fish, 2 Fish  . . . .
Skills:  numeration -number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, counting, number order
Here is the link to the fish templates
Putting the fishbowls in number order             Counting                         

Truffula Tree Counting
Skills:  counting, one-to-one correspondence, number recognition
Here is the link for Truffula Tree Counting

Dr. Seuss Rhyming
Skills:  Rhyming, matching
Here is the link for this cute rhyming activity

Rhyme and Color
Skills:  rhyming, following directions
Hereis the link for Rhyme and Color

Cat in the Hat Patterns
Skills:  patterns, cutting
Here is the link for Cat in the Hat Patterns

Big Cat Little Cat Upper and Lowercase Letter Matching
Skills:  letter recognition, letter matching
Here is the link for Big Cat Little Cat Letter Matching

I Do Not Like Green Eggs and Ham
I don't know where I got this cute writing activity.  Keely wrote her name and then filled in But, I would eat . . . peanut butter toast on a plate
Skills:  writing, drawing

Green Eggs Number Order
Skills:  counting, number recognition, number order, cutting, pasting

Learning Projects
10 Apples Up on Top
We read the book, 10 Apples Up on Top
Skills: number order, number writing, counting

Cat in the Hat Name Writing
I had hat cut-outs from our public library.  Keely painted the hat.  When it was dry she wrote her name on the hat.  
Skills:  name writing, patterns

I wanted Keely to practice writing her upper and lowercase letters.  I drew and cut out a large hat and colored it to make it look like the one the Cat in the Hat wears.  Then Keely wrote each upper and lowercase letter on the stripes.  
Skills:  letter writing

Put Me In the Zoo Paper Plate

1 Fish, 2 Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Go Dog Go Paper Plate
* I know this isn't a Dr. Seuss book, but it is a great one to read! *

Pin the Bow Tie on the Cat
Here is the link for Pin the Bow Tie on the Cat