Friday, March 31, 2017

Kite Activity for Preschool

originally published 4-10-13
For our Preschool@Home this week our theme is KITES!
LB(3) and I did this fun little activity and it's SO easy to make, check it out!

Prep Work:
  • Cut 5 kite shapes (diamonds) out of construction paper
    • Write numbers 1-5 on them.
  • Trace one of them on the right side of a white piece of paper.
    • Then draw a string coming off the kite on the paper,
    • And a cloud in the sky. :)
  • Cut 5 bow shapes out of construction paper

How to Play:
  • Sit down with your child and demonstrate how to play.
    • Put one of the kites on the paper.
    • Then count out that number of bows as you place them on top of the kite string.
  • Then have them try!

 LB(3) enjoyed playing this game. He is big into counting these days, and while he can easily count past five, this is a useful skill to practice using something tactile to count out.


Monday, January 9, 2017

14 Super Cute Crafts for Bored Kids!

Rumor has it that nearly the entire country has been hit by a wave of school closures lately!
Whether it's snow, ice, or cold that's keeping your kids home all day (or all week!) they are bound to get a little bored.....

So cure some of that boredom with some creativity! 
Kids love to get creative. Here are some super cute, and super easy crafts for your kids.

Click on a picture below to see that post and get crafting!

For ideas for some ways to burn some energy while the kids are cooped up inside all day, check out this post: