Category Archives: Early Childhood
Submitted by Abby B. Click here to join teachertime123 on fb 1.Brainstorm with students different adjectives for the letters spelling out “Mother”. 2. Have students create and decorate and acrostic poem.
Submitted by Monica G. Materials: paper plate construction paper markers or paint yarn or thread 1. Cut a paper plate in half. 2. Color (crayon/marker) or paint the background of the plate. 3. Decorate with marker, crayon, paint, construction paper, … Continue reading
From www.4nannies.com By Erin McNeill Reading is a skill that your child will master at some point. Every child learns at a different pace and in different ways, however, so be patient with the process. In the meantime, here are some … Continue reading
Submitted by Gina Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “I mustache you a question” or replace the child’s name with the word “I”. Take a picture of child with a mustache on a stick. Glue picture on a paper … Continue reading
Submitted by Kayda V. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Use white paint and get hand prints of your students on red (or color of your choice) construction paper. Cut out hand prints. Glue them to the bottom of … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “Will the Groundhog See Its Shadow?” Yes responses colored and cut groundhogs with shadows. No responses colored and cut groundhogs without shadows. top of graph: … Continue reading
Submitted by Naomi H. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. Have students paint or color paper plate brown. 2. Use brown construction paper for the ears in the shape of semi circles. 3. Use black construction paper for … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Joan O. Materials: -large plastic cup -construction paper -ribbon -popcorn -glue (permanent makers can be used instead of construction paper and glue) 1. Cut out eyes, nose and mouth for the … Continue reading
From www.babysitting.net Your baby is growing up and getting ready to start kindergarten. Before he heads out the door, you will want to make sure that he is ready to begin his formal education. Being ready requires more than knowing … Continue reading
From www.gonannies.com We’re surrounded by peer pressure every day in a variety of different ways, from the unknown forces of the media to our friends and family. Although a parent can’t erase peer pressure from her child’s life, she can … Continue reading
Submitted by Sandy T. Click here to like teacehrtime123 on facebook! You will need: colored paper bag, white paper doily, marker, pipe cleaner for halo if you are making this into an angel Open up a colored lunch bag (you … Continue reading
From gonannies.com Tis the season of gift giving! This year, rather than taking the kids out to the stores to find gifts for family members, why not have your children make gifts for their grandparents, aunts and uncles instead? Crafts … Continue reading
From babysitters.net Christmas carols are a cornerstone of the holiday season, and hearing your favorite jingle can instantly fill you with holiday cheer. Everyone has their own personal favorite, and your kids will likely find themselves smitten with their own … Continue reading
Submitted by Jenny S. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Have students trace their foot (or shoe) to get the face of the reindeer. Then have them trace their hands for the antlers. Decorate the rest.