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FLYP Workshop: Early Literature Activities!
Touch and Guess: How does #3 feel? Which one feels soft? Which one feels cold? What about squishy? Ingredients that can be placed inside the paper bags include: cotton balls, feathers, play dough, sandpaper, a cold soda can or a scrub brush.
Cut out the shape of a train engine. Use full sheets of colored paper for each train car. Cut out circles for train wheels. Label each circle with numbers or letters. Match each wheel with the corresponding letter or number on the cars.
Make and Take : a Peek-a-Who Plate fold 1.Print the Peek a Who leaf (in PDF format) on green printer paper. 2.Fold a paper plate in half and cut out the eye hole. 3.Open the plate and place it on the green leaf paper. Trace around the plate and eye hole. 4.Cut out the shape from the leaf paper. 5. Glue the leaf paper to the plate.
Peek a Who PDF graphic
Consider yet another bubble party… because they’re a blast! They will need: bubble bath soap, a pie pan or mixing bowl, food coloring, a straw, and water from the bath tub! Encourage families to explore bubbles at home, too, with this recipe for good, clean fun! Make a bubble wrap painting with toddlers! 1.Cover your work surface with a plastic trash bag. 2.Cut a rectangular piece of bubble wrap slightly smaller than your paper and adhere it to the work surface. 3.Parent and child carefully apply paint to surface of the bubble wrap with a foam brush. 4.When bubble wrap surface is coated lightly with paint, align and place a piece of white paper over the painted area and gently rub the back of the paper to pick up the paint. 5.Gently pull away paper and set aside to dry. 6.Multiple prints may be made from one paint application. Bubbles: Floating & Popping
You Will Need: Preparation varies with age group. ½ sheet of brown construction paper green paper for Ellison die or hand cut leaf bumpy chenille sticks or for babies, textured yarn hole punch, washable marker glue stick and/or glue gun +++ Take Home Bob & Otto
Blast Off W ith This Rocket Craft 1.Printing the rocket (PDF) on an 8 ½ x 11” sheet of white cardstock yields one craft. 2.After printing, cut them out two at a time by folding each sheet on the dotted line. 3.Pre-cut crepe paper strips in the following quantities for each craft: Two Red - 5 inches long Two Orange – 7-8 inches long One Yellow inches long Rocket Craft Preparation: At the program: After coloring the rocket ship, tape the crepe paper strips to the bottom, back: yellow first, then the orange ones, and red last. Put glue on the back of both rockets and press them together. Add a string for flying too!
Make an Owl Friend Cut out the owl shape. Color the picture, or copy it on bright paper. Glue the edge of one side of the owl to the toilet paper tube. Wrap around and glue the other edge to the toilet paper tube. Press in the top with your thumb to make ears.