Here are a few potato activities to keep your preschoolers busy while you are making potato soup!
This is simple but I thought it was kinds of fun…
Simply cut or tear a potato shape from a brown paper bag…
Set out a little green paint and make fingerprints on the potato for the eyes…
I told you it was simple:)
Potato Peel Soup
Save the scraps from that brown paper bag….
Children can work on those fine motor skills while tearing the brown paper bag into strips for their own bowl of potato peel soup!
Toss a few potatoes in a bowl of water for a little potato scrubbing water play…
Potato Watercolor Printing
Cut a potato in half and set out on a paper towel along with a bowl (or several bowls) of colored water. I added lots of food color to make the water have a deeper color…
Now while you are finishing up your pot of potato soup your preschooler can make potato print designs!
Try potato stamping from Kiboomu!
Potato Masher Painting from House of Baby Piranha
Hot Potatoes from Little Running Teacher
Growing Potatoes from PolwigThis article is being shared with you by Deborah Stewart of Teach Preschool - Promoting excellence in early childhood education at home and in the preschool classroom!
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