Bottle Stamping Art with Preschoolers
Using recyclables in art a great way to encourage children to re-use materials and find new and creative art tools. This plastic bottle stamping art project is a great invitation to introduce during your Earth Day & Recycling Theme.
See our stamping invitation below to spark ideas for your own exploration!
Earth Day Preschool Activities
This preschool Earth Day Activity pack includes a variety of activities along with directions, extension ideas, and alignment to the Pre-K Printable Fun Early Learning Standards. Keep your preschoolers engaged with early learning activities while having fun!
Make Your Own Paper with Preschoolers
Preschoolers use paper all the time for art experiences and developing important writing and literacy skills. Here is a fun way to use paper to also support scientific thinking! In this blog post we are going to show you a fun and pretty neat tutorial on making your own paper with your preschooler!
Make Your Own Crayons with Preschoolers
Crayons are a fantastic first writing and creating tool for preschoolers. They come in a wide variety of colors, are fantastic for fine motor development and budget friendly. Broken crayons are inevitable, especially for young budding artists learning how much force to use and experimenting endlessly.
Here is a great way to use up those broken pieces and make them new again!
Recycled Art with Preschoolers
Using recyclables in preschool art invitations is a great way to explore a variety of art mediums, textures, and a great way to create 3D and process art.
Teaching preschoolers the value in using recycled materials not only engages creative thinking skills, it also teaches the importance of being kind to Earth and is great for art on a budget.
These art invitations are especially great to include with your Recycling and Earth Day Theme as preschoolers get first hand experience in transforming unwanted items into a special piece of art!
Spring Preschool Sorting Mats
Learning to sort and classify date is a skill that children start to naturally develop very early in life.
Practicing these skills is important for preschoolers as they develop a solid foundation for learning more complex math and science skills later on.
Sorting is also a great time to talk about different shapes, colors, letters, sizes and other differences in objects.
These sets of Sorting Mats are perfect for children to practice their sorting skills this Spring!
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