Scaffolds are temporary supports. They work to stabilize a structure as it is built when it is strong enough to stand on its own. In the world of early childhood development, a scaffold can be a person; an adult or peer modeling or instructing, materials or tool that helps a child with a task, or even […]
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Learning to be kind is an important life skill. The world is made up of so many different of people and a variety of opinions. We won’t always agree, but we can always try to communicate and act kindly. This month we want to challenge you to work with your toddlers and older kids and […]
With 11 brand new pig crafts to choose from, we are sure you will be able to find something to do with the kids for Year of the Pig!
Younger children will enjoy these new size sorting activities, all with a winter theme. Sort snowflakes, snowmen, snowy winter trees and more!
With Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month (in the US) coming up soon, we thought that it would be a good time to learn a little about Rosa Parks – a brave lady who made a big change by taking a stan
Paper dolls are a timeless toy. They have been around for centuries, but were popularised in the early 1800s. I don’t think there would be many of us who wouldn’t remember playing with them as children.
My husband and I went on our first venture together…flipping a 1950’s house. And not only did we have to makeover the entire inside but the whole house was actually moved from another location! Talk about a huge project for newbies. I mean, I should say that about myself because my husband is a pretty […]
We’ve topped up our Year of the Pig printables collection today with some new posters – photographic and illustrated, gorgeous pig writing paper and some fu
We’ve just added 3 new mazes, a match up puzzle for little ones and a fun pig word search to our Year of the Pig puzzle collection.
This new collection of worksheets – spanning a range of ages and skills – are all based on pigs, so perfect for Year of the Pig coming up…
… for Year of the Pig! In fact we’ve got piggies galore for you to choose from…
Here’s a good boredum buster….make a baking soda fizzing rainbow experiment with the kiddos! They will be amazing to watch them overflow with colors! Materials- 2oz paper sauce cups Baking soda Vinegar Food coloring Directions- 1. Line a baking pan with parchment paper. 2. Full each paper cup up 3/4 way with baking soda. 3. […]
Make some adorable bunny cupcakes for Easter! Just frost the tops white then take a big marshmallow, cut it diagonally in half and dip it in pink sprinkles. This will look like bunny ears! Add some chocolate eyes and brown sprinkles for the whiskers. So cute! Make sure to follow Crafty Morning on Facebook, Pinterest, […]
Make this yummy and easy strawberry jello pie using cream cheese! Strawberry Cream Cheese Jello Pie 1 8 oz. package cream cheese, softened 1 8 oz. container Cool Whip (or other non-dairy whipped topping), thawed 1 package strawberry jello 1 graham cracker crust Dissolve jello with 1/2 cup boiling water; add cream cheese and mix […]
Easter Birds Nest Macaroons 3.5 cups shredded coconut ¾ cup condensed milk Parchment paper Muffin pan ½ cup yellow candy melts 1 tsp coconut oil 36 candy eggs Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Cut your parchment paper to 12 squares, about 3x3in in-size. Line your each cavity of muffin pan with your square […]
Make these easy BBQ bacon wrapped shrimp for party appetizers! They are a huge hit every time I make them! BBQ Bacon Shrimp 24 Large cooked shrimp (deveined/shelled with tails) 1 cup bbq sauce 1 package bacon Thaw your shrimp by placing them in a strainer, running them under cold water for several minutes and […]
Make a cute paper plate bunny butt craft for Easter! So cute and easy for an art project. Materials- Paper plates Elmer’s glue Pink glitter Scissors Pencil Cotton balls Directions- 1. Draw a bunny foot onto the center of two paper plates and cut out with scissors. 2. Draw 4 ovals onto the bunny feet […]
We often have friends over with differently aged children and I like to put something out for the younger kids so if the older ones are busy with K’Nex or a game that is a bit more complicated then the younger siblings can still have something fun
We have been adding to our Winter Vocabulary Resources with some fun new spelling jigsaws, a spelling grid and a spelling mistakes worksheet too.
In my classroom, the vast majority of the day is spent in free choice with fun hands-on activities, creative toys, and sensory explorations. We have a short circle time and a short group art time as well. While we usually also have art supplies out during free choice the group art time is normally an activity […]