Using playdough, our preschoolers decorated their pumpkins and made some wonderful 3 dimensional designs!
We made exploration pumpkin cups in preschool today!
This simple color mixing idea came from ABC’s of Jess’s House and I thought it was so cute that I shared it with our teachers and we gave it a try! To start out, gather some plastic zip-lock baggies and two colors of paint you want your children to mix up! Use a permanent marker […]
Baby Clara has a pumpkin… The pumpkin is orange and round. Who is taller? Who is smaller? Clara or the pumpkin on the ground? See more on infant lesson plans here!
This simple paper plate pumpkin was fun to make. To get started, all you need is… Two paper plates Tissue paper Paint! First we cut some eyes and a mouth out of one of the paper plates. This really is the most challenging part because you have to show the children how they can fold […]
Mrs. R’s kindergarten class made these terrific pumpkins which make wonderful suncatchers! What you will need…. Plastic plate so the pumpkin can be easily removed from the plate after it dries. Orange and black tissue paper Watered down glue Paint brushes How the students made it… The children began by coating a plastic plate with […]
The fall is such a fun time of year for preschool crafts. This little paper bag pumpkin is a bit messy but fun! What you will need: Paper lunch bag Craft stick Green and orange paint Green yarn Newspaper What your child will do Paint the paper bag orange Paint the craft stick green Fill […]
Finish the pumpkin! A preschool focus on symmetrics!
All it takes is a little imagination and suddenly you have your very own preschool pumpkin patch! The children explored the pumpkin patch with a few orange pom-poms and green construction paper. The children used clothespins to pick the pumpkins from their patch and then put them in their basket! I thought it was interesting […]