Q-tip painting is an inexpensive way to keep kids creating art all winter. The clean up is quick and easy, no need to wash paint brushes! All you need are a couple of Q-tips, some paint, and a dot printable (we have tons of those for free!). We started by making some grey paint...
Dot painting is great for fine motor skills, and you can also incorporate letter or number lessons...E is for Elephant.
Parents or teachers can help students read through the problem. It helps students to draw it out!
These cutting worksheets are fun for coloring, glueing, and working on scissor skills. Glue them on individual pages, or combine them to make one big picture.
We had a little bit of spring fever today. We gathered some flower petals and grass from our garden. They made the perfect addition to some spring coloring pages!
Arbor Day is April 29th. It's the perfect day to plant a tree (and color a tree too)! We found some leaves and a pinecone in our yard. They made a perfect addition to our coloring pages.
Hop on over to our Easter coloring pages. Today we placed some coloring pages around our yard for an Easter egg hunt.
Hello March! We have tons of free printable March coloring pages and worksheets. They are perfect for a rainy (or snowy) day. Try using items you have around the house to decorate your pages.
-Noodles make a fun mane, and cotton balls are great for a fluffy sheep.
St Patrick's Day coloring pages are perfect for your little ones. They are great for decorating at home or for a Kindergarten school party. Make 5 stations for your party.
Station 1- Make a Rainbow
String makes a great rainbow. Set out string, glue, scissors, and crayons for students.
1. Play a game of candy heart bingo.
Have your students create a bingo board. You can use words found on the candy hearts, or for younger students the candy colors. Each child will need their bingo board and a box of candy hearts.