Here is an oldie but a goodie . . . Heart Man/Lady! We let the children pick out the matching circles for the eyes, and hearts for the hands and the feet. Each heart person looked different! These are just plain fun!
This Heart Man is flying!
Don't you just love Heart Lady's hair and hair bow????
Our BIG project this past week has been our "Eric Carle Heart". This is the second year in a row that we made this and it will not be our last. First we started by painting a large sheet of construction paper, but we didn't use any paint brushes! We used scrappers and other objects to spread the paint around.
Next we used stamps to stamp designs into the wet paint!
The results were amazing!
After they dried, we cut the paper into pieces (GREAT fine motor activities!)
and glued the pieces to a giant heart!
I needed an easy but fun Valentine's project was needed for Thursday and I found this on PINTEREST. It was perfect!
Friday is always fun in our class and this Friday was NO exception. We made our "Valentine Vulture".
We spent a good deal of time on Friday in the kitchen talking about volcanoes
If you haven't already, I highly recommend that you add some paint to your vinegar.
It is a great way to help work on team-work
while enjoying a little science and color play at the same time.
Our Valentine theme will continue through next Thursday so I hope you stop back by and see what else we are up to!