In today’s post, I am sharing a free printable bug themed prewriting practice sheet that you may use at home or in the classroom. Preschoolers and kindergartners will practice pencil control with this fun line tracing activity. Aren’t the bugs adorable? I made it for Little Sister, who is in kindergarten, and has been told . . . . .
Are your kids obsessed with all things Minion? My kids get such a kick out of the way they talk. One project we made in the past inspired by these lovable characters is this Minions made from k cups recycled craft idea. These can be used as game pieces, for storytelling, as decoration and so on. . . . . .
Do you and the kids enjoy reading The Gruffalo? Then you will love this post! We are sharing printable forest animals skip counting puzzles that are great for both preschoolers and kindergartners. Kids will practice counting by two’s and five’s in a fun, hands-on way. Be sure to check out all the amazing activities towards . . . . .
It is always so much fun playing with all the colors of the rainbow. We love drawing and painting rainbows, watching a rainbow appear after rainfall and making hands-on activities that are rainbow-related. In this post, we share an awesome list of Rainbow Sensory Play Activities that you and your kids will enjoy to no . . . . .
When kids are old enough to begin losing their baby teeth, they step into a whole other phase in life. Losing a tooth is almost like a rite of passage, but it is so much fun to create memories and traditions that will make these moments special. In this post, we are showing you a . . . . .
My daughter LOVES the color pink. We have quite a few books with a pink theme that we have enjoyed reading together over the years. She enjoys matching her collection of books with related pink crafts. In this post, you will find book recommendations as well as book activities for a pink theme for preschoolers. Pink Theme for Preschoolers Below . . . . .
Did you see the origami heart bookmarks we made? Today I am sharing the origami pocket hearts and heart-shaped lollipop wrappers we also made. Origami Pocket Hearts Craft Up first are the pocket hearts. These were easy enough for Big Brother to make it all by himself. They form a pocket, which you can somewhat . . . . .
We have been going crazy making all kinds of origami hearts! They are easy enough for my kindergartner to make all by himself and he loved making them. Today I am going to share how we made origami heart bookmarks, which are perfect for Valentine’s Day! How to Make Origami Heart Bookmarks *This post contains affiliate . . . . .