Archive for the ‘Toddler and Preschool Activities’ Category

Bee Crafty Kids- Robin Craft

27
Sep

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back Look! We’re Learning and Monster’s Ed Homeschooling Academy.

We are using Road Trip USA this year to learn about United States geography.  The first state we studied was Connecticut.  The state bird for Connecticut is a robin, so I decided we should make a robin.

Robin Craft

First, Hailey and Hunter glued a branch shaped paper onto the blue construction paper.

Robin Craft

I cut up little pieces of brown construction paper and then crumpled it all up to look like a nest.  They glued the nests onto the branch.

Then they added the robin and some blue eggs.

Robin Craft

Our completed robins.

Inspiration credit: Pinterest

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Apple Core Craft

25
Sep

Here is another simple, but cute apple craft:

Apple Core Craft

You’ll need a paper plate. red paint, green, brown and black construction paper.

Apple Core Craft

When we went to start the activity I realized I only had one paper plate left, so Hailey and Hunter had to work together.  First, they painted the ends of the paper plate.

Apple Core Craft

Next they added some seeds.

Apple Core Craft

Then Hailey added the stem and leaves.

Apple Core Craft

Cute apple core 🙂

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Inspiration credit: Pinterest

Apple Tree Activity

24
Sep

I love how these apple trees turned out!  Plus, they were easy and fun to make 🙂

Apple Tree Craft

First, we glued the base of the tree onto the paper.

Apple Tree Craft

Next, we glued ripped up pieces of green paper to the top of the tree.

Apple Tree Craft

After that we stamped red, yellow and green paint onto the trees to represent apples.  We used the ends of markers to do it, they were the perfect size.

Hailey decided to rip up more paper to add some grass and a sunshine.

Apple Tree Craft

Our finished apple trees.

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Tot School

22
Sep

Tot School

Hunter is 21 months old.

We had another fun week at Tot School!

Tot School

Hunter loves calendar time!  He counts along with us and loves adding the number each day.

Tot School

Hunter is still learning the letter A and using the printables from Royal Baloo.

Tot School

Our theme is still apples and Hunter has been working on some pieces that will eventually be a Tot Book, using printables from 2 Teaching Mommies.

Tot School

Pointing to the apple with the circle on it.

Apple Tree Craft

Hunter enjoyed making an Apple Tree.

Apple Poem Craft

This Apple Life Cycle Craft turned out really cute!

Field Trip

We took a field trip and saw how donuts are made.

Field Trip

We also watched apple cider being made.

Field Trip

Hailey and Hunter had to check out the pumpkins.

Tot School

We made some applesauce in the crockpot.  Hunter added some apples.

Tot School

He put in some cinnamon.

Tot School

He ate quite a few of the apples too 🙂

Apple Crisp

Hunter also helped to make some apple crisp,

Apple Crisp

which turned out really yummy!

Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.

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