Paper Plate Horse
Water Bottle Pig
Use a small water bottle to make this pig. Fill with pink sand or squirt pink paint into it, close and shake. Add eyes. Make legs, ears and tail from pink foam. Paint cap pink.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Paint 6 small paper plates green and one paper plate red. Attach using a hole puncher and yarn. Add legs made from brown
construction paper, googly eyes,pom pom for nose and a pipe cleaner for the antennaes. You can have children draw the food the caterpillar ate through (or use template in templates tab, have them color and cut out food and glue onto the caterpillar like shown in the picture below.
Five Green And Speckled Frogs
Cut out frogs, log, and pond from foam and
assemble like above. Have a child move a frog to the pool as the song is sung!
How to dye pasta:
• 1/4 cup of alcohol
• 10 drops of food
• Zip loc bags
What to do:
• put alcohol and food coloring in bag then add pasta and shake until all the pasta is covered.
• let sit overnight (the longer you leave it, the darker it will become)
• Pour pasta out on a cookie sheet and spread out to dry overnight.
• use a bobby pin for the "needle" to thread the yarn through the pasta.
Paper Plate Pig
What You Need:
• 2 paper plates per child
• pink construction paper
• pink paint
• googly eyes
• black marker
What To Do:
• cut out the center of one paper plate, paint it pink as well as the other paper plate.
• cut out legs,nose,ears and tail from pink construction paper
• glue together
• add eyes
The Lamb And The Butterfly
Paint hand as shown to make the lamb and press onto light blue paper. Use two small pieces of tissue paper for the butterfly,
and green construction paper for the grass. Add a sun and googly eye.
Draw 3 Three mice onto construction paper and let child decide what color they would like to mix (using the book as a reference).
Paint the first mouse one color then the second mouse another. Give the child a
small cup with the two colors in it and have them mix it together to make the third color (in the example above: Blue+Red=Purple) paint the last mouse the color the created.
Assist child with writing their name in glue and add colored sand.
Decorate Your Name!
Help your Students recognize their names and have a little fun with stickers, glitter and sequences! Trace the letters of their name onto paper using stencils and give them various art supplies to decorate with.
Cut out enough circles for each child in various colors. Write one letter of child's name on each circle. Write the child's name on an index card as well. Give the circles
and the index card to the child and allow them to spell their name out using the index card as a reference. Glue onto a large piece of construction paper, add eyes, legs, mouth etc..to make a name caterpillar.
Use shape stampers or sponges to make a shape/color/number book.