Texture board – Hands on Learning

A good way to learn textures or properties of a material, is making it hands on. These are the textures you can teach with this texture board: Rough smooth Hard Soft Bumpy Smooth Feathery Fluffy Shiny(property) Needed: Cardboard Pom Pom Feather Sandpaper Diary milk wrapper Soft cloth Craft stick Sequins Procedure: Glue the various textures to the cardboard and label

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G for Goat

Simplest craft you can ever make ,all it needs is a single paper plate.So here’s another for our farm animals Needed: Paper plate 1 Brown sketch Instructions: Cut the goats triangular face Using the left out scraps cut out the horns,nose,eyes,ears and goatee. Color the eyes nose and horns brown. Have your little one glue them together

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Chocolatey brownie

There’s no good chocolate fix than this easy to make brownie. Ingredients 1/4 cup melted butter 3/4 cup sugar 1/3 cup cocoa powder 1/2 cup all purpose flour 2 eggs 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp baking powder 1/4 cup chopped bournville(50% dark) Procedure Preheat oven to 350f/175c. Blend in butter,vanillas and sugar thoroughly 2-3 mins. Blend

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Quiet Book Page – Learning Weather

Quiet books have recently become one of my favorites. They engage my son quiet nicely.Plus it was a great way to learn the weather I m a no sew person so my books are all glued.I prefer them as pages so they are easy to grab. Needed: Felt beige,back,green,red,blue,grey,white,yellow,orange Craft glue Scissors Procedure: Cut out the triangle(roof) and squares(house,windows,door,chimney) for

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