Category Archives: Summer
Click here to join teachertime123 on fb. 1-Cut various sized circular shapes for the insect’s body. 2-Add 2 sets of wings and eyes (construction paper or googly eyes). 3-If your students can handle smaller motor work, have them make antennae.
Submitted by Julie G.Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or fact families. The answer to the problem is in the center of the flower. The problems are written in the petals.
Submitted by Bill G. 1.Have students trace a butterfly pattern or draw a butterfly on their own. To make both sides exactly the same, fold a large sheet of construction paper in half and draw half of the butterfly along … Continue reading
Submitted by Kristine S. Use a paintbrush on the child’s foot to apply the paint color(s) that you would like. Firmly press the child’s foot onto paper. Do the same with the other foot. Place feet so that they will … Continue reading
Submitted by Wendy T. Trace hand on white construction paper- fingers close together. Cut out. With a ruler, create area for the stars. Draw the lines for the stripes. Use marker or crayon for the red and blue. Use small … Continue reading
Submitted by Clara D. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “Books Don’t Bug Us” I hung up book jackets with the lady bugs to make this bulletin board. Lady bug- You need 3 different sized circle patterns: the body, … Continue reading
Submitted by Kate M. I used 2 different shades of green for the stems. The flowers are completely made with tissue paper squares. The kids traced and cut out their hands. They then colored the hand. Click here … Continue reading
Submitted by Krista H. Using pre-cut mosaic tiles or cut your own from paper or magazines, have students create a picture. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
This project is a slightly different one then I had first seen. The idea came from meetthedubiens.blogspot.com. In this one, we painted the leaves and used sunflowers in the middle. To see the other version click here. Click here to … Continue reading
Art Lesson Plans Early Childhood Lesson Plans After reading the story “Clumsy Crab” by Ruth Galloway, make hand-print crabs. Use watercolor paints for your background paper. Then you need red paint and wiggly eyes to make the crab. I found … Continue reading
From meetthedubiens.blogspot.com What you’ll need: seashells red paint paint brush googly eyes glue – I used my hot glue gun Directions: 1. paint your seashells red and allow to dry 2. glue 2 spiral seashells to another seashell to make … Continue reading
From meetthedubiens.blogspot.com What you’ll need: sandpaper regular paper scissors glue glitter googly eyes Directions: 1. cut some starfish shapes out of your sandpaper 2. glue your starfish on some regular paper – we used pretty scrapbook paper that Kirsten thought … Continue reading
From meetthedubiens.blogspot.com handprint sunflower What you’ll need: yellow paint green paint paintbrushes green craft foam scissors glue black beads canvas or paper Directions: 1. paint your child’s palm yellow and have them stamp it 4 times in a circle at … Continue reading