Zoo Animals Roll and Move Game
A fun zoo animals movement game for a zoo theme in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Make learning fun with this game!
Another bird we learned about this week was the peacock. The art project was so cute. First the kids colored a coffee filter with markers and I sprayed them with water. While that was drying, they put together the body. I just cut one free-hand. It reminds me of a short bowling pin. They glued on a beak and eyes and picked out some cocktail toothpicks for the crest. Those are taped on the back of the head. When the coffee filter was dry, they glued the body to it. Then they picked out two…
J is for Jungle
After a couple weeks off from Letter of the Week, Arin was asking to do it again. Today, we read Rumble in the Jungle by Giles Andreae. Ella is very much into stickers right now (you can see them all over her arm in this post!). The first activity the girls did was to place jungle animal stickers on the letter Jj. Arin had an upper case J, because she is the big sister and Ella got the lower case j, because she is the little sister. Ella worked on her wooden animal puzzle. She has been…
Zoo Animal Fine Motor Activity
Zoo animals are a lot of fun to learn about in preschool and a great theme for any time of the year. Here’s a hands-on zoo animal activity that practices fine motor and counting skills. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links In this activity, children are given a zoo animal card with a number and ...
Slinky Bead Snake Craft
Slither into skillful fun when you make a Slinky Bead Snake Craft. Kids' crafts ideas like this one, which encourage focus on patterns and fine motor skills, are the perfect ways to learn while having a blast. The line of beads on a pipe cleaner creates a cool flexible snake body which will slink its way into your imaginative world. Take your snake on adventures through the wild, and show your friends that snakes can be totally friendly.
Kids Cape May County Library
A fantastic action song for storytimes of all ages! Babies and toddlers will love it as a lap bounce and older kids enjoy acting out familiar animals. #CMCLKids #Storytime #EarlyLiteracy #Library #Programming #Rhymes #ActionRhyme #LibraryProgram #KidsEvents #KidsSongs #ChildrensMusic #LibraryLife
Zoo Animals Clothespin Counting Game
In this download you will find 10 clothespin counting game cards. Students use clothespins to match the correct number with the amount of Zoo characters on each game card. Before use - print the game cards on cardstock and laminate. You will need to provide your own clothespins. Just a friendly tip...