Tag archives: fine-motor-skills-for-preschoolers

 

 

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 ..

 

 

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 ..

 

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 ..

 

Colorful Crow Puppets1

The past couple of weeks, we've been discussing fall. This particular week, we talked about scarecrows and crows. Our color of the week was black, hence the discussion about crows. The children wanted to know why we don't see crows that are other colors. After reading "The Falling Leaves and the Sca ..

 

 

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.