How to Make Adorable Candy Cane Reindeer for Kids
We changed up the traditional Candy Cane Reindeer and made these adorable chocolate candy cane reindeer for the kids to make. Christmas crafts for kids.
Funny Elf on the Shelf Ideas (the best we've seen!)
New Elf on the Shelf Ideas for boys or girls. These 25 ideas are so funny & good for toddlers, little kids, or big kids. Includes name & clothing ideas too!
Pumpkin Volcano Activities for Preschoolers - Freebie Finding Mom
Want something fun, educational and autumn appropriate to do with the kids? Well if you aren't afraid of a little mess, try this 7 step pumpkin volcano project!
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Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Kid Craft
We are on a turkey kick. We are crafting turkeys like crazy. We made this Recycled Cd Turkey last week. Today we have toilet paper roll turkey kid craft and there is more to come.
Free April Mini Book for Kindergarten Reading - Made By Teachers
Free April Mini Book for Kindergarten or preschool reading. This mini-book is a little more difficult than previous months. Hopefully, students have progressed and learned many sight words by now and are up for a challenge. Practice reading the high frequency word "is, here, we, see, have" in this book. There are 10 pages in this mini book. You can print and use all the pages or just the ones that you prefer to use. The final two pages are blank to allow students to create their own…
Cupcake Liner Garden Theme Craft
We did a cupcake liner flowers scene as a cut and paste craft for our spring theme. They turned out REALLY cute! And the older one did another one, preschool level, for our Garden Theme. Click HERE for printable. For the first one... We folded a piece of cardstock at the one-third mark to create a dividing line for the children to color the top two-thirds blue and the bottom one-third green. I place a variety of green and blue crayons in the middle of the table for them to choose from. This…