Category archives: 2 year olds

Monster Masks!0

The children were the given the direction to make a monster mask with the materials provided.  Some created eyes, nose, and mouth, while others merely placed the feathers and shapes on the plate. October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids.org, and KodoKids.com.

 

 

Rainbow1

Each week we have been learning a new color. This week we finished all the colors of the rainbow. We made a rainbow with the feathers and foam pieces that we received. For this project we used a white piece of construction paper that I drew a rainbow outline on. We also used the feathers and foam pi ..

 

Feather Collage5

The children created beautiful feather collages using contact paper, construction paper, and the feathers and foam pieces.  The contact paper was placed on a table sticky side up and a construction paper frame was added. The children covered the contact paper with the foam and feathers.  When they w ..

 

 

Fall Leaves1

Earlier in the year I was fortunate enough to be able to go to the CAEYAC Convention. One of the sponsers there was MomTrusted and I found out about their Free Preschool Supplies Program. Thanks to them this little project came to be! This is my very first happy mail from them and I was so ..

 

Sensory Monster2

Our Sensory Monster used construction paper, feathers, foam pieces, contact paper, markers, google eyes, paint and children. 1. Pre-cut all pieces-2 arms, 2 legs, circle head, circle tummy 2. Paint child's hands and feet and have them help cut it out 3. Help children put monster body togeth ..

 

Be Different!0

First we began by reading "It's Okay to Be Different" by Todd Parr.  We had circles, squares, and rectangles cut out in different colors.  The students used those cut out to create themselves.  They used feathers for hair and smaller foam shapes for their features.  After we discussed the similariti ..