Your kids will love getting their hands dirty and producing a cool little monster print, which may be used as a card, framed as a hanging picture, or displayed on a window. Materials: Green paint Black marker Medium-size googly eyes Craft glue Paper plate Glue brush or cotton tip White card Lead pencil Bucket of… Continue reading Frankenstein’s Monster Hand Print Art
There are heaps of these bad boys over on Pinterest at the moment. You may have seen them. A lovely Preschool Mummy reader gave me the heads up via email. But here are some that kids actually made: Basic materials and quick process= child-friendly, accessible craft for the little ninja in your life!
Today I'm kicking off the week of Halloween-themed craft with this easy and enjoyable activity for 3-5 year olds. Please follow along each day this week for more crafts for children aged five-and-under! This activity uses fine motor skills and mathematical understandings. You can talk to your child about the way in which they use… Continue reading Welcome to Preschool Mummy’s Week of Creepy Craft!
This one was great, and the final way we got to use our rainbow colour vocab chart. My preschooler helped collect the things we needed: coloured paper from our collage materials collection, scissors and a glue stick, and set to work gluing the paper shapes onto the board. He discovered that it was difficult fishing… Continue reading Textured paper rainbow collage (Fine Motor Skills)