Category archives: Construction Paper

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 t ..

 

 

 

 

Hand Feather Wreath!1

This craft is used for Thanksgiving. Every child will have their hand traced and the teacher will cut them out. Then on a cut out circle they will glue handprints and feathers. Materials used: feathers, poster boards, and glue. October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids ..

 

 

"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 ..

 

Dizzy Duck Headbands1

I was out on an emergency when this project was completed so it was set up as a free art activity. Since our letter of the week was "D" we told the children to make a Dizzy Duck Head band. Here are a few of the pictures. October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids.org, a ..

 

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 ..