Submitted by LisaMake a carnival in your classroom:
- Create a big top feel by looping streamers in your classroom.
- Tie balloons to a string between two poles and allow the children to squirt the balloons with spray bottles
- Cut a hole in a piece of plywood to let your children throw sponges at a clown
- Create a silly maze for the children to crawl through.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Submitted by LoriRead the book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs then let your children make their own weather service with pasta
Cloudy Bulletin Board
Submitted by CarolHave your children cut out raindrops from paper. Next have them sponge paint these with blue paint while you cut out a large cloud shape from white butcher paper. Have them decorate the cloud with black handprints Hang this along with yellow lightning on your bulletin board. You can use a title like "We Are Fun Even On A Rainy Day"
Submitted by an Unkown FriendAsk your parents to send a recipe from their grandparents as well as a picture (if no picture is available have the child draw one). Compile the recipes and give a cookbook to the parents.
Submitted by SarahIn the specialty section of your grocery store they should have cactus. Buy as many different kinds as you can and let your children taste what cactus tastes like.
The Color Book
Submitted by MichelleLet your children create color books for each color of our rainbow. Have them bring magazines and cut out things with a certain color. Additionally you can have them draw items with the corresponding color.
Submitted by SusanPour milk into bowls for your children. Add different colors of food coloring to the milk. Give the kids paint brushes and cookie cutters. Let them paint the bread with colored milk and cut out their favorite shapes. When their done you can toast like usual.
Submitted by DebGive each child a small pile of Fruit Loop cereal. Have your children sort the colors, then string them on a yarn necklace to wear and eat the rest of
Carnival Shapes Treat
Submitted by an Unknown FriendUsing shaped cookie cutters make sandwiches, Jell-O, cookies, or other treat in the shape of carnival things.
Submitted by TinaHave your children use clothespins like chopsticks to eat snack.
- Cheese and Crackers
- Cream Cheese and Celery sticks
- Carrot Cake
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