Monday, February 28, 2011

Kids Preschool Craft #43: Paper Bowl Ladybugs

KIDS PRESCHOOL CRAFTS PROJECT #43: Paper Bowl Ladybugs
Crafts for all abilities!   
for Ages 3 Years and Up    
The two paper bowl ladybugs we made. An easy, adorable craft for kids!
The glue will dry clear. Here some glue is still wet on the spots.

Supplies Needed:
  • 2 Paper Bowls (for each ladybug)
  • 2 Googly Eyes
  • Red Poster Paint
  • Black Poster Paint
  • Child Safe Scissors
  • Adult Scissors
  • Black Construction Paper
  • Foam Paint Brush
  • White Glue
  • Newspaper To Keep The Work Area Clean
Time Needed:  
  • 30 Minutes plus drying time
What To Do: 
  1. Paint one paper bowl completely red on the curved side using the foam brush. It's not necessary to paint the other side at all.
    NOTE: You don't have to use a foam brush but I think it paints easily and smoothly on paper bowls, cups & plates and gives good paint coverage.

  2. Paint the other bowl completely black on the curved side. It's not necessary to paint the other side at all.

  3. Let dry completely (a few hours depending on how much paint was used)
  4. ADULT: Cut the RED bowl in half.

  5. Use white glue to attach the red wings to the black body so that there is a small gap of black showing.
    HINT: The front of the red pieces will overlap and at the back there will be a gap showing the black body. See photo below:

  6. ADULT: Trace several circles onto the black construction paper of at least 2 different sizes. Have an even number of each size. 
  7. Cut out the circles.
    HINT: Your child isn't likely to get round circles cut out, but if you don't let him practice how will he learn how to do it?
  8. Glue the circles and googly eyes onto the ladybug.

  9. ENJOY! You're done! 
  10. Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected.
Why We Love Crafts for Preschool Kids: 
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!

 
For Children with Special Needs: 
Assist your child as much as needed - but allow it to be his project.  Art projects are great for fine motor exercise, and using creativity.

If you child has a limited attention span, have all supplies ready before having him begin the project.
This opportunity for hands-on learning with no wrong choices is ideal to foster self esteem as well. Let him choose how many spots he wants on the ladybug and where to put them :)

If your child is not able to cut out the spots himself, you can do it for him.

Substitute double sided tape for white glue if your child will not work with glue.

Color the bowls with crayons instead of paint if your child will not work with paint.

For Older Children: An older child can make a family of ladybugs and customize them to match his own family!


A fun BOOK to read in conjunction with this craft is "Spring's Sprung" by Lynn Plourde & Greg Couch. A story about Mother Earth and her 3 rivaling daughters March, April, and May. The sisters are so busy arguing that they may be too preoccupied to bring the spring into the world! Beautiful illustrations, nice rhymes, and the familiarity of sibling rivalry make this a fun book for preschool children!

LADYBUG RACES! If you have zhu zhu pets, put one under each of your ladybugs and have ladybug races LOL! It was fun :)

Check out these FREE Bugs & Butterflies Printables from the TwistyNoodle that you can customize!

LADYBUG THINKING & COUNTING GAME: Draw a large ladybug outline on a piece of paper. Also, cut out a bunch of circles of varying sizes and colors that will take turns being this special ladybug's spots. Pick a few circles and put them on the ladybug and then ask your child to do something with them or answer a question about the ladybug.
Some Sample Questions:
  • How many spots are on the ladybug? 
  • Put the smallest green spot against your nose.
  • Remove all the red spots. 
  • How many spots are left now?
  • Point to the biggest spot.
  • Touch the yellow spot with your elbow!
  • How many blue spots are on this wing? How many on the other wing? How many is that all together? 
  • Put 3 orange spots on each wing for me. 
  • Use your thumb to point to the biggest blue spot.
You won't believe how much fun this is for children until you try it! You can apply this "game" to a multitude of animals, shapes, and situations. Great for teaching waiting room patience too! Just use a magazine and start counting the red objects on a page.


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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Crafts for Preschool Kids #42: Painted Macaroni Butterfly Shadow Box

KIDS CRAFTS PROJECT #42: Painted Macaroni Butterfly Shadow Box
Crafts for all abilities!   
for Ages 3 Years and Up    
 

Supplies Needed:
  • Painted Macaroni
  • Butterfly Shape Cut Our from Poster Board (or paper plate etc)
  • Shallow Box - We used the bottom of a jigsaw puzzle box
  • White Glue
  • Foam Brush
  • Sensory Rice (optional)
  • Bright Color Sheet of foam or Construction Paper
  • 2 Googly Eyes
  • 1 Black Pipe Cleaner
  • Newspaper To Keep The Work Area Clean
Time Needed:  
  • 30 Minutes plus drying time
What To Do: 
  1. Have some newspaper on your work area and some extra at the ready so you can tip the box over and let the unstuck pieces fall off onto it after each macaroni is added.
  2. Glue the sheet of foam to the back "wall" of your box.
    HINT: If you cut it (adult) to fit exactly, you won't need to use the sensory rice filler.
  3. Glue your butterfly shape onto the foam sheet.
    I had 2 heart templates left over from
    Valentine's Day that I used to make my butterfly shape.

  4. Pour some white glue into a craft bowl.
  5. Start by painting some white glue along the center of your butterfly and pour some purple macaroni onto this area. This will be his body.
    HINT:
    Be liberal in applying glue on this project.
  6. Press down firmly with hands and then wait 30 seconds.
  7. Tip box over onto newspaper. Let the loose pieces fall.
  8. To decorate the wings you can paint a circle > add new color macaroni > press down > wait > tip over > repeat for next circle.
    HINT:
    For a symmetrical butterfly you will put the circle in the same spot on each wing and use the same color and type of macaroni.

  9. Once you are satisfied with the circles you've decorated you need to fill in the rest of the butterfly. Add a liberal amount of glue to the undecorated butterfly areas > add a new color macaroni > press down > wait > tip over. Now your entire butterfly should be complete.

  10. Add 2 googly eyes onto your butterfly with the glue.

  11. Form the antennae with a small piece of black pipe cleaner. 
  12. Apply a liberal amount of glue for it to stay upright on your butterfly.
  13. If you have any box cardboard showing you can fill that in with sensory rice! Just add glue and do the same thing with the rice as you did with the macaroni.

  14. Let dry completely!
  15. ENJOY! You're done! Show it off by hanging your 3D masterpiece on the wall, or stand it up on a shelf!
  16. Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected.

    With sensory rice background.

    Without sensory rice background.
Why We Love Crafts for Preschool Kids: 
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!

 
For Children with Special Needs: 
Assist your child as much as needed - but allow it to be his project.  Art projects are great for fine motor exercise, and using creativity.

If you child has a limited attention span, have all supplies ready before having him begin the project.
This opportunity for hands-on learning with no wrong choices is ideal to foster self esteem as well. Let him choose which colors to use in every step of this project.
If your child enjoys sensory activities let him have some fun with the macaroni. It feels cool, has nice color, makes a sound when poured and mixed, and feels interesting in the hands. Give him a deep bin, some cups, a spoon or scoop and let him just enjoy it!

For Older Children: An older child will certainly enjoy this project just as is. He will just have the ability to be more precise in his application of the macaroni and sensory rice.

A fun BOOK to read in conjunction with this craft is "I Wish I Were a Butterfly" by James Howe. A beautifully illustrated story with an important message: Don't let someones hurtful criticism stop you from playing your music! When the cricket is told that he is ugly he no longer wants to play his music. He just wishes he could be a beautiful butterfly. A great lesson about how we are all unique and special in our own way. Also, a nice lesson about friendship :)

FAMILY PROJECT "Our Family is Unique"
(Adapted from a Scholastic lesson plan about "I Wish I Were A Butterfly" )
  • Get your family together. 
  • Put a large piece of poster board on the wall that says at the top "Our Family Is Unique".  
  • Give each child a different color of construction paper and have them draw their own face a few times. Cut them out in circles. 
  • Then, ask each person how every other person in the family is unique or special. For example, "What's unique or special about Mommy?" Write down or draw a depiction of that on your poster board and stick Mommy's picture next to that one. Fill up the whole board making sure you have several comments for each member of the family.

Check out these FREE Butterfly Printables from the TwistyNoodle

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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Making Painted Macaroni: Preschool Kids Crafts Project #41

KIDS PRESCHOOL CRAFTS PROJECT #41: Making Painted Macaroni
Crafts for all abilities! A Great Sensory Project for Preschool Children!
for Ages 3 Years and Up    

Supplies Needed:
  • Several Boxes of Macaroni/Pasta. Small shapes works best for later uses. We most liked Ditalini, Elbow, and Mini Bow Ties.
    HINT: Because I Love You I'll tell you NOT to use the mini alphabet letters/numbers that we used (the red one above), or the one that looks like rice (purplish brown color above). Those were both too small and really stuck together and took a LONG time to dry!
  • Poster Paint (tempera paint) or Finger Paint in red, blue, green, yellow, and purple
    HINT:
    You will have to add a dash of cold water if you use finger paint
  • Foam Paint Brush
  • Several Deep Craft Bowls or Mixing Bowls (may stain so don't use anything important to you)
  • Large Flat area to let painted macaroni dry
  • Aluminum Foil or Waxed Paper
  • Several Cookie Sheets
  • Newspaper or Plastic Trash Bags To Keep The Work Area Clean
Time Needed:  
  • 10-15 Minutes per macaroni plus drying time
What To Do: 
  1. Open and pour out an inch or two of macaroni #1 into your bowl.
  2. Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Red Paint (or your choice) and stir until all macaroni is coated with paint.
    HINT: If you used finger paint you will need to add a tiny bit of cold water to make the paint less thick. If you leave the paint on too thick it will take a very long time to dry out and will tend to clump together a great deal.
  3. Add more macaroni #1 if you think there is too much paint.
    HINT: You want the macaroni colored but not dripping and goopy. How's that for a technical description?
  4. Put waxed paper or aluminum foil on a cookie sheet.
  5. Scoop your painted macaroni onto the covered cookie sheet and spread out the macaroni as much as possible. Try to have it only 1 layer deep.
    This was our BLUE elbow macaroni on aluminum foil.
    Our blue looked greenish even when finished, but still different from the green.
  6. Repeat steps 2-5 for the next color with the next macaroni. 
  7. Continue until you've used all the macaroni and all the colors you wanted.
    From top left that's green mini bow ties, red alphabet & numbers,
    blue elbows, purple rice size macaroni, and yellow ditalini

  8. Let macaroni dry completely.
    HINT: This may take only an hour or two, or may require overnight. It depends on how much paint you used and how much water was added.
    NOTE: Don't panic if you notice that it's all sticking together. While you should try to dry it out flat (not piled up), most of the stuck together pieces can be separated once they're completely dry.
  9. Once it's all completely dry you can remove it from the cookie sheets and play with it in a deep bin. My kids did this for at least an hour. Add some cups and a spoon or sand scoop for more fun!
    HINT: Separate clumps the best you can.


  10. When done playing (for now) put each color into its own sealed plastic bag or airtight container with lid.

  11. Of course I'm going to give you crafts to do with this - but that's tomorrow :)
  12. ENJOY! You're done!
  13. Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected.


Why We Love Crafts for Kids:
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!

For Children with Special Needs: 
Assist your child as much as needed - but allow it to be his project.  Art projects are great for fine motor exercise, and using creativity.

If you child has a limited attention span, have all supplies ready before having him begin the project.
This opportunity for hands-on learning with no wrong choices is ideal to foster self esteem as well. Let him choose which macaroni type to do each time as well as what color to make it!

If your child is a sensory seeker he will love this activity! The macaroni is fun to pour into the bowl - it has an interesting shape and makes a loud sound when it hits the bowl. Then, it's exciting to stir the noisy macaroni as the brightly colored paint starts to color all of it. Then, he gets to scoop it out, put it on the cookie sheet, and spread it around. (BTW, waxed paper and aluminum foil and fun to handle all by themselves!) Finally, when he thinks the fun might be over it's time to do the next one! Plus, you can let the macaroni stirring go on as long as you want. In between paint colors, he can wash his hands in warm, soapy water too!

Once the macaroni is dry you can put it in deep plastic bowls and let it be handled, poured, scooped, mixed etc. It's a great sensory activity!

For Older Children: An older child can further enjoy this project by mixing paint colors together. We mixed blue and red to make purple!

A fun BOOK to read in conjunction with this craft is "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?"by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.


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Friday, February 25, 2011

Springtime Glitter (snow) Globe: Kids Craft #40 of 300 Crafts for Kids in 2011

KIDS CRAFTS PROJECT #40: Springtime Glitter (snow) Globe

Preschool Crafts for all abilities!

For Ages 5 Years and Up
    A great way to bring some Spring inside!


PROLOGUE: We hope you'll learn from my mistakes! Although my kids LOVE the end result, my inexperience caused us to encounter some problems that I hope you'll avoid! I point these out in the instructions that follow :)


Supplies Needed:
  • Clean Glass Jar with Twist On Lid (don't use a mason jar - trust me!)
  • Water
  • Glitter
  • 1 Waterproof Plastic Toy Animal that Fits in the Jar
  • A few small plastic butterflies, frogs, flowers (anything Spring)
  • Aquarium/Silicone Sealant (this is a MUST!)
  • Newspaper To Keep The Work Area Clean (the glitter tend to get away!)


Time Needed:  
  • 5 Minutes to Prep Lid, Read Aquarium Sealant Instructions & Glue Animal into Jar Lid
  • From 4 - 24 Hours Drying Time (depends on aquarium sealant used)
  • 10 Minutes to Create Rest of Glitter Globe
  • From 4 - 24 Hours Drying Time (depends on aquarium sealant used)
What To Do: 
  1. Put the lid on the jar. Yes, do this FIRST! Why? I used a glass jar that had embossed writing on it. When we were all finished and put the lid on our project, we discovered that the animal was in the exact WRONG position! His cute little face is smack up against the writing! 
  2. Once the lid is closed completely use a marker to put a dot on the part of the lid that is where you want the front of your project to be.
    HINT: No writing, etching, designs there.
  3. ADULT: Open the jar and use aquarium sealant to glue the toy animal to the inside of the lid FACING your dot. We also glued a butterfly to our animal. Now you are sure that when you seal the jar, the animal will be in a good viewing position :)
    HINT: Aquarium sealant can have a strong odor. Use it in a well ventilated area.
    Read all instructions on the label.
    Don't use a mason jar like we did. You live you learn!
  4. Let this dry completely according to directions. It may be up to 24 hours.
  5. Continue project once the sealant is dry and can be submerged in water.
  6. Add about 1/2 tsp of pale pink and 1/2 tsp purple glitter to the water in the jar.
    HINT: We added the glitter after we added the water which caused it to stick to the animal when we put the lid on. You might try adding the glitter first, but I'm not sure how much it will help. Once you shake the globe a few times it resolves itself.
  7. Add your other tiny butterflies, flowers etc to the jar.
    Our tiny flowers.
    My advice is to try adding the glitter before the water.
  8. Fill the Jar with water, leaving about a 1/4 inch space from the fill line.
    HINT: You have to take into account that the animal on the lid will displace the water a little. You don't want it to overflow once you are connecting the lid with the jar. We didn't add enough water. You want enough air in there to be able to produce the "snow" effect but not so much that you have a large gap when it's turned upside down.
  9. TEST! Screw the lid on and see if the water level is good and if you have enough glitter. A little goes a long way. If you have too much use a spoon to scoop some out.
  10. ADULT: No use aquarium sealant along the part of the jar (threads?) where the lid attaches. HINT: Aquarium sealant can have a strong odor. Use it in a well ventilated area. Read all instructions on the label.
  11. Screw the lid onto the jar. Your animal should be facing the right way :)
  12. Store UPSIDE DOWN (animal hanging upside down) for 24 hours, or however long your aquarium sealant says to wait before submerging in water.
  13. Turn right side up!
    Glitter is falling in this photo!
    A very cute Spring project!
  14. ENJOY! You're done!
  15. Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected.
    So cute!
    This is baby bobble head giraffe :)
    Our cute Spring Glitter Globe!
We tried this before Valentine's Day. Never use a jar with a cork top!
We also used much too much glitter in this one!

Why We Love Crafts for Kids:
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!

For Children with Special Needs: 
Assist your child as much as needed - but allow it to be his project.  Art projects are great for fine motor exercise and using creativity.

If you child has a limited attention span, have all supplies ready before having him begin the project. In this particular project you will want to glue the animal to the jar lid the day before involving your child.
This opportunity for hands-on learning with no wrong choices is ideal to foster self esteem as well. Let him choose what colors of glitter to use, which + how many plastic butterflies etc.

A fun BOOK to read in conjunction with this craft is "When Will it Be Spring?" by Catherine Walters. He's so excited about Spring coming that he just can't sleep! After falsely thinking Spring has come a few times, Spring finally does arrive for this anxious little bear cub and his Mother.

SING This Active Spring Song!First I was a raindrop, falling, falling.
(wiggling fingers singing softly)
First I was a raindrop, drop, drop, drop.
(using pointer fingers to "drop drop drop")
Next I was a puddle, puddle, puddle.
(palms flat to ground in circular motion for puddles)
Next I was a puddle with my friends.
Then there came some children, children, children.
(marching)
Then there came some children, SPLASH! SPLASH! SPLASH!
(LOUD "SPLASH SPLASH SPLASH + imitate splashing with the feet)
 
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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Bubble Art Butterfly & Sun: Kids Crafts Project #39 of 300 Crafts for Kids

KIDS CRAFTS PROJECT #39: Bubble Art Butterfly & Sun
Crafts for all abilities!   
for Ages 3 Years and Up   
Making this Bubble Art is lots of fun!
Finished Butterfly & Sun Bubble Art!
Finished Butterfly
Supplies Needed:
Time Needed:  
  • 15-30 Minutes plus drying time
What To Do: 
  1. Pour about an inch of bubble solution into each of 2 bowls.

  2. Add a 5-6 drops of red food coloring to one bowl and stir with bubble gun.
  3. Place old towels over the work surface (or floor).
  4. Near one end of the towels place the Butterfly Template print out.

  5. Dip bubble gun into red solution and spray bubbles toward the butterfly printout.
  6. Continue until several bubbles have popped onto the paper. It will look like red or pink splatter!

  7. Now add a few drops of blue food coloring to the red bubble bowl.

  8. Stir with bubble gun.
  9. Dip bubble gun into solution and spray bubbles onto the butterfly template again. Now you will have overlapping colors!
    NOTE: If you are too close to the paper with the gun you will create "splats" of color as the bubble solution drips off the gun. No big deal. Looks good anyway :)
  10. Continue mixing more colors and spraying bubbles onto your butterfly until you are satisfied with how it looks.

  11. Set aside to completely dry - several hours to overnight.
  12. Add a few drops of yellow food coloring into the other bowl and stir with bubble gun. 
  13. Place sun printout on the towels and spray the bubbles onto the sun.
  14. Add other colors and continue spraying the sun until you are satisfied with the way it looks.
  15. Set aside to dry completely - several hours to overnight.
  16. Put your 2 sheets of construction paper (or other paper) down on the towel and spray with any colors that you like. These will be the back sides of the butterfly and the sun.


  17. When finished, set aside and lay flat until completely dried.
  18. When all 4 "paintings" are completely dried use double sided tape to tape the butterfly to 1 of the other paintings (just not the sun!). They should be taped back to back so that each side will show the front of the painting.
    Taped together and ready to cut!

  19. ADULT: Cut out the butterfly shape, keeping it in 1 piece.
    Side 1 of Butterfly
    Side 2 of Butterfly
  20. Use a hole puncher to make a hole through the butterfly.
    Hole is about 1 inch from top, in the middle

  21. Tie a small knot in about 1 foot of yarn and pull the rest through the hole. 
  22. Tape other end of yarn to the ceiling :)
  23. Use double sided tape to tape the sun to the one remaining painting. They should be taped back to back so that each side will show the front of the painting.
  24. ADULT: Cut out the sun shape.
    Side 1
    Side 2
  25. Use a hole puncher to make a hole through the sun, near the top portion.
    Hole shown
  26. Tie a small knot in about 1 foot of yarn and pull the rest through the hole.
  27. Tape other end to ceiling :)

  28. ENJOY! You're done!
  29. Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected. 


Why We Love Crafts for Kids: 
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!

For Children with Special Needs: 
Assist your child as much as needed - but allow it to be his project.  Art projects are great for fine motor exercise, and using creativity.

If you child has a limited attention span, have all supplies ready before having him begin the project.

This opportunity for hands-on learning with no wrong choices is ideal to foster self esteem as well. Let him choose what colors of food coloring to use and how long to use the bubbles on the paper. As long as it isn't completely soggy, it'll be fine!

For Older Children: An older child can further enjoy this project by doing his own scissor work.

A fun BOOK to read in conjunction with this craft is "Good Night Sweet Butterflies" by Dawn Bentley. Children love the rhyming story and the pretty butterflies help teach them colors. Each page teaches a different color with bursts of each color and popped up butterflies that are fun to touch! Each butterfly disappears as the page is turned, but at the end all the butterflies get together! It's the perfect way to say good night, every night!

SING "Fuzzy Caterpillar" (sung to the tune of "Itsy Bitsy Spider")
The fuzzy caterpillar curled up on a leaf.
Spun her little chrysalis
And then fell fast asleep.
While she was sleeping, 
She dreamed that she could fly.
And later when she woke up, 
she was a butterfly!

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