Category archives: Science

 

 

 

Bird Puppet1

We have a pet bird that likes to visit on while we are on our playground, so my students decided to make bird puppets so that they could pretend to be the bird. Items needed: Feathers, Glue, Foam Shapes, Popsicle sticks The children just glued shapes together to create the bird. They then a ..

 

Feather Pumpkins0

We were learning about pumpkins and having a blast at it!  We made pretty window pumpkins with the feathers.  They had SOOOO much fun watching them go through the laminator and spent a lot of time looking at them with the sun shining on them.  They really enjoyed it!  All we needed for this craft wa ..

 

 

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 ..

 

Science - Hot and Cold0

Objective: Children will be able to differentiate between hot and cold. Duration: 30 minutes Materials: Red construction paper labeled "hot" Blue construction paper labeled "cold" Hot and cold item worksheet red crayon blue crayon kid-friendly scissors glue stick Activity: C ..

 

Fall Foliage and Faces0

This project was done using pumpkin and tree templates I found on Google. The children used the foam shapes to create Jack O'Lanterns. The feathers were used to make fall leaves on the trees. Glue sticks were used to attach the materials to the templates. We read a Fall book as well. I plan to use f ..