Teach Them To Fly: Saying words that begin with W is a lot like making wind with your mouth. Students practice "w" sounds while being the wind, teacher photographs, students add leaves to complete "W is for Wind" project.
Umbrella picture Make umbrellas out of pipe cleaner pieces and cupcake liners folded in half. Use cotton balls to make clouds. Then use q-tips or fingers in blue paint to make rain drops. Perfect for "April showers.
Two preschool math activities using Duplo Legos. These are great for younger brother while the older ones do their schoolwork! Identify the next number in a series of numbers up to ten. Pre-school age 3 and 4
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