Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash
Submitted by LisaRead the book Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash and then let your children hang up wash with clothespins
Submitted by TinaSet up a laundry room in your dramatic play area.
- Put up a clothesline with miniature clothespins
- Provide a miniature washer and drier
- Provide doll clothes for your children to pretend wash
- Cut cloth scraps in the shape of clothes for them to hang.
"The Grouchy Ladybug" Clock
Submitted by JenniTo help your children tell time make a clock to go along with "The Grouchy Ladybug"
Make a clock face on a round piece of red paper (draw numbers around one side of the circle). On the other side of the circle make ladybug spots. Attach black strips of paper for the legs and a black circle head. Attach the clock arms with a brass fastener. As you read the story have the children adjust the clocks to the time in the story.
Submitted by JulieMake sandwiches and use leaf cookie cutters to create leaf shaped sandwiches
Alternatively use Jell-O, to make Leafy Jigglers
Submitted by JulieIf you are planning on taking you kids to the zoo. Ask each child to make a lion mask from paper plates, construction paper, and yarn. Let them wear their masks at the zoo.
Submitted by JulieMake a large log cabin from an appliance box by simply laying the box on its side and cut out a large door and windows. Let your children make paper logs by brushing paint on the paper and then gluing them on. This will create a great log cabin your children can play in..
Submitted by an Unknown FriendMake Lasagna as a class and then have it for snack
Submitted by CindyFor decorating for fall. Take fresh fallen leaves and attach them to fishing line of different lengths. Attach the other end of the line to the ceiling with thumb tacks. It's a lot of work, but the children love their room.
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