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Finger-painting for Little Ones
At Creative Minds Preschool Florida they did an introductory finger-painting activity for their little ones. Introductory finger-painting To do an introduction to finger painting the table was first covered in extra paper so that any potential messes could be prevented. Then the...

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Sunshine Rice Sensory Play
At Jennifer Rosen Meade Preschool they had a great deal of fun playing with rice colored like the sun! It was a great Summer-themed activity. Suggestions for your own sunshine rice sensory play When playing with your rice sensory bin you can use cups, Summer-themed toys, buckets,...

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Water Painting Activity for Toddlers
At BrightPath Kids they did a fun outdoor activity for their toddlers that was also a great way to cool down some--water painting! Real paint can be messy, but by letting toddlers fling water around with paintbrushes everything stays clean--it just gets a little wet. Materials needed for...

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Large Butterfly Decoration Activity
At Global Kids Preschool they enjoyed decorating a large marker-drawing of a butterfly so that it became colorful and beautiful! The children used paintbrushes as well as gluing crepe paper to make the butterfly gorgeous. Materials needed for the large butterfly decoration activity To...

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Color Mixing Experiment for Kids
At Creative Learning Center Preschool and Infant Care LLC they mixed various colors of paint together and guessed what kinds of colors they would create! Materials needed for the color mixing experiment To do this experiment you will need: Sheet of white construction paper...

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Indoor, "Snow," Sensory Bin for Kids
In the middle of a hot Summer, there is something special about being able to play with snow! With that in mind, Four Leaf Clover Preschool was able to use an ice shredder to give their students indoor, "Snow, " to play with in sensory bins--it was a wonderful way to cool off! Materials...

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Sandpaper Starfish Craft
At AppleTree Early Care and Preschool they had a theme for the week of, "Ocean wonders. " As a part of this theme they worked on fine motor skills and had a sensory experience by taking sandpaper shaped like starfishes and using them with crayons to, "Rub, " an image onto some construction...

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Learning About and Drawing African Masks
At A Child's Garden preschool the students learned about African culture. They learned about how many African masks are inspired by and made to look like animals. The students then drew their own versions of African masks! Materials needed for learning about and drawing African masks...

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International Mud Day Activities
At Butterfly Hill Nature Preschool they celebrated International Mud Day! It happens every year on June 29th. You can still have fun playing in the mud even if it isn't officially International Mud Day, however! Materials needed for International Mud Day You'll want these materials...

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Pom-Pom Painting Activity
BrightPath Kids did a fun painting activity fabric pom-poms that was stellar for allowing the children to create art with dots, strokes, and designs. The toddlers benefitted from it greatly as it helped them develop their fine motor skills. Materials need for the pom-pom painting...

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Dr. Seuss-Themed Bulletin Board Ideas
At Creative Minds Preschool, the teachers in different classes made all kinds of fun bulletin boards themed for Dr. Seuss and his works. Looking at them may give you some ideas for your own bulletin board! Dr. Seuss-Themed Bulletin Boards This bulletin board featured each child's face...

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DIY Butterfly Feeders for Kids
At Community Preschool and Childcare they made their own butterfly feeders that after being decorated could be put outside to attract butterflies! Materials Needed for DIY Butterfly Feeders To make a DIY butterfly feeder you will need the following: A small paper plate or...

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