Category archives: Reading

 

D is for Ducks!0

This month's materials came at the perfect time, since we were discussing the letter D. We used this month's materials to make ducks!  I work in a classroom with students with special needs, so I can't share any pictures of the kids, but their art work is great! I love how one of them used the foam ..

 

"O"ooooo!!! Owls1

Materials: Big and little O's Feathers Foam Glue sticks Googly Eyes Pre-cut triangles We started with a Capital O and discussed what letter Owl starts with. Then we turned the O into an owl. We took turns decorating the large owl and then we made our own little owls using feathe ..

 

 

P is for parrot1

This week my class has been talking about the letter P. I started with a sturdy paper towel roll and covered it with a rectangle of construction paper (use whatever color you like). That's the body.  Then I cut out two wings and glued feathers to the wings.  Then I glued the wings to the body to ..

 

'A'dorable Letter A's1

A perfect project for introducing the letter A! Gather materials as show. Glue popsicle sticks together. Cut center stick to fit in the middle. Glue in place. Glue feather to top of letter A. Glue eyes to base of feather. Bend paper clips as shown. Glue to bottom portion on sticks. Adjust to make A ..

 

 

Friends of a Feather0

We created feathery friends using feathers, foam pieces, some paint and our hand prints. After reading A Friend for Frances we decided to create friends for our classroom. Each friend will be part of a special "friendship wall" in our classroom! We are learning how to be great friends that use helpi ..

 

 

"B" is for Bird0

Our letter of the week was "B" so we decided to use the feathers to decorate our letters.  We used pre-printed "B,b" pages, googly eyes, crayons and feathers.  The children loved the activity!  The next day, they asked to use the rest of the feathers to make their own birds. October preschool sup ..