Invite your preschooler to get creative with some hands on party fun!
These crafts are a great way to start the countdown to 4th of July, or any celebration.
All you need to create your crafts are some basic materials, motor skills, and this easy to follow tutorial.
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Have you ever studied a beautiful spiral found on a snail shell? A spiral is a curve that starts at a point, and then goes around the point, but gets farther and farther away from it. Did you know spirals occur in nature all of the time? You can find them in shells, flowers, and more things like these.
For this craft, we are going to create our own spin art using a Lazy Susan (if you don't have one you can manually create them, or attach your shell to a paper plate to spin). You can find the free craft template below!
This frog egg sensory bin is the perfect activity to compliment your pond themed lessons. Your preschooler is going to have a great time exploring a frogs habitat, and learning more about it's life cycle. The realistic "frog spawn" add a fun touch to this sensory experience. The magic is in the surprise ingredient-basil seeds!
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