Playdough Bug Fossils

SCIENCE: Playdough Fossils *fine motor, animal recognition **Can be modified to add more details. I would actually layer the (same colored) Playdough to illustrate how fossils are really made. Great for a geography or dinosaur unit.

3/1/12-- made a variation of this. so cool. really looks like mud, but smells like chocolate!

Digging for Bugs in the 'Mud'

For PT gross motor we could suspend the hoop and stand on a balance board or cushion to tie the bugs. We made a spider web inside of a hula hoop and hung it from the ceiling. Then the kids "caught" bugs by wrapping small plastic bugs into the web.

Make "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Inspired Fingerpaint Art

Make "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Inspired Fingerpaint Art

As a little girl my favorite book to read or have read to me was "The Very Hungry Caterpillar". My mom and dad would read it to me as often as I wanted to.I hope my kids enjoy reading this book as much as I do.

Using liquid starch, we glued multicolored tissue paper squares onto wax paper, covering it entirely. Students used one finger to hold...

Exploring shells and playdough together can inspire interesting questions and creations. It's a perfect activity that pairs playful fun with learning.

Five Garden Snails Poem Changed the lyrics to say Five garden snail sleeping in the sun along comes a big bird and scares away one.

Five Garden Snails Poem Changed the lyrics to say Five garden snail sleeping in the sun along comes a big bird and scares away one.

Mini beast collages made with garden bits :) For more information about the best Mobile App go to for preschools, daycares and afterschool programs!

Clever Crafts Using Toilet Paper Rolls

Were you a summer camp kid? If so, remember making a god's eye out of popsicle sticks and yarn or lanyard friendship bracelets? Whether you are hosting a summer camp or just looking for some fun new crafts these 25 Summer Camp Crafts are just for you.

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