Category archives: Birds

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 ..

 

 

 

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 ..

 

Owl Masks0

We made owl masks for an owl parade on Halloween. Adults cut out mask shapes from tagboard and taped craft sticks to one side with packing tape (we used 2 craft sticks to add stability). Children glued on feathers and a triangle foam "beak". The results were great for our 3 and 4 year olds. Octob ..

 

September Turkeys2

The kids had a blast making turkeys in September with the shapes and feathers. They made handprints with paint and decorated the turkeys with the feathers and shapes. We thank y'all so much for the supplies. Love and care. October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids.o ..

 

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 ..

 

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 ..