Monthly Archives: February 2014

Dr. Seuss Birthday Crafts

We love Dr. Seuss in our house. There are so many great books, and a lot of cute ideas for projects from them. In honor of his birthday, which is coming up next week, here are two that we’ve done … Continue reading

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Sight Words, Part One

I’ve been trying to work with Love Bug on some pre-reading activities, and I’ve created some really fun activities with sight words. I printed a list of Dolch sight words and focused on the 40 preschool words. (I haven’t done … Continue reading

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Trucks in the Snow

We’ve done indoor snow play before, but one way that we changed it up recently was by adding in some cars and trucks. The snow was packed really tight, unlike the fresh fluffy stuff we had the last time we … Continue reading

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Painting with Strange Objects: Gauze Paintbrush

This was an old craft from when Love Bug was just 2 1/2. All we did was take a piece of gauze and wrap it around the brush part of the paintbrush to paint with and create a cool effect. … Continue reading

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Drip Painting

I know I’ve said a ton of times before that I love projects that have a Jackson Pollack feel to them. I could probably link to at least 5 of them, and all of them would be among my favorites. … Continue reading

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Marbles in a Bottle Color Mixing

I love to do projects where we get to mix colors. I really enjoy teaching Love Bug about what colors are made by mixing two other colors. We recently tried a new idea that I’d found at Teaching 2 and … Continue reading

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Hidden Animal Mixed Paper Sensory Bin

We don’t do too many sensory projects, but I liked this really simple idea for a tissue paper bin and adapted it for the boys. I used a few different types of paper – tissue paper, crepe paper, and even … Continue reading

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