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  • Learn about frogs and their life cycle with this activity pack that includes interactive lapbook pages, a frog craft, science experiment, and more. This pack has perfect ideas for you to incorporate into your lesson about frogs.
  • This butterfly themed activity pack is full of butterfly facts, learning pages, and includes a craft and hands on science ideas. The activities in the pack can be selected to focus on the topics you want your child or students to learn. Some activities can be done individually and some are created specifically to enhance the information included in the Butterfly Notebook that can be assembled from the printable pages.
  • Just like the spring flowers that are appearing this time of year, your kid’s brains will be growing during this fun ABC letter matching flower activity. We practiced uppercase and lowercase letters but you could always adapt this activity to suit your needs (numbers, spelling, and more). The activity requires very little prep work and when you are done you can reuse the supplies for a different activity of craft.
  • We love painting around here because we can spend hours getting creative and usually a bit messy (thank goodness for painting smocks). Lately we have shared some Painting Activities and I am excited to share a ton more with you today! The painting techniques in today’s post include painting tools such as food, bubbles, cardboard, ice, and more… and if that wasn’t enough we have painting methods that use swinging pendulums, gears, magnets, and even more crazy fun ways to paint!
  • Around here we can’t get enough of Book Inspired Activities especially when Eric Carle’s name is mentioned. Since spring is here, the bugs are returning, and it’s a great time to read The Very Hungry Caterpillar I thought I would put together a helpful collection of The Very Best Hungry Caterpillar Activities for Kids including crafts, activities, and free printables to go along with this beloved book.
  • Since Cardboard Tube Crafts are one of our favorite so I was prepped with supplies and we made the cutest little Lady Liberties I have ever seen (they are currently decorating our table). We made the craft using a cookie cutter and pen but since the 4th of July is coming up soon I made a free template to make this craft super easy for you and your kid’s to put together to make it by the 4th.
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