Featured General Winter
I'm a Little Snowman - Sung to the tune of "I'm A Little Teapot" I'm a little snowman, Short and fat. Here is my broomstick, Here is my hat. When the sun comes out I melt away. Down, down, down, down, down, down, down. Oops, I'm a puddle!
Bucket Toss - Line up oatmeal containers in a single file line. Place a line of tape where child should stand, they are not allowed to cross this line. Each child tries to toss the bean bags into the buckets.
Baby Chick - Paint the pinecone yellow and let dry. Then cut out yellow feet a little larger than the bottom of the pinecone, glue to bottom of pinecone. Then insert little pinches of the fiber filler in the openings of the pinecone. Be sure to leave some places open to see the yellow parts of the pinecone. Next, ...
Sparkle Snowmen - Put the three styrofoam balls on top of one another with either the toothpicks or a glue gun. Snowmen can be painted using a mixture of white glue, water, and paint and then sprinkled with sparkles to let dry. Try adding a few light blue sparkles for added fun.Creates an interesting effect.
Airy Snowflakes - Cut neat snowflake shapes out of the thin Styrofoam and hang from ceiling by a thin thread, when the heaters go on or when the door is opened, the light and airy snowflakes move as if snowing!! Neat to hang ten or so together
Macaroni Snowflakes - First, place handfuls of different shapes of macaroni into a jar or ziploc baggie. Add some white paint and shake to coat. Pour out onto wax paper and allow to dry. Allow children to use the white macaroni shapes to create and glue snowflake designs on tagboard that has been cut into squares or circles. ...