Valley Parent Preschool in Danville, California did this fun activity to prepare for their Thanksgiving Break! After the previous day where they did a craft with decorative corn, they did this simple and fun art activity with fall leaves!
At Precious People Learning Center in Palm Harbor, Florida this Thanksgiving dinner craft was very popular with the students! When it comes to Thanksgiving the biggest event of the holiday is the big and delicious dinner!
At Noblesville Methodist Preschool & PDO in Noblesville, Indiana they did a gorgeous turkey-themed craft where they declared how they were, “Thankful for Our Teachers!” To do this craft each person made a paper feather for a big turkey and wrote what they were thankful for.
Students at Discovery Isle in Oceanside read the wonderful book, “The Giving Tree,” by Shel Silverstein and then proceeded to do activities related to it! The Intermediate-level class spent the rest of the week doing these activities to learn about the importance of pure love and the generosity represented by the Giving Tree.
We have just finished our celebration of color in our classroom. We focused lately on mixing primary colors to create new colors. We also explored many color sorting activities. I love how our different activities build the fine motor skills of the students and also enlarge their repertoire of process art techniques.