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Holiday craft ideas


My holiday: Paint a picture about your holiday. What did you experience/see and where did you go.

  • Identity Document/ Who am I. Make your own identity document/ passport with a picture and fingerprints.
  • Use handprints to make a butterfly.
  • Invite friends over and play games outside such as hop scotch, pin the tail on the donkey, three legged race and egg race.
  • As it is autumn take leaves and make a picture.
  • For colder days use tinned food and other groceries and open a ‘store’ in the kid’s bedroom. Allowing them to ‘sell’and ‘price’the groceries helps with cognitive development.
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Holiday activities for 4-5 year olds

Holiday activities for 4-5 year olds

  • A treasure hunt for the kids in the garden.
  • “Camping” in the house/garden for the day.
  • A Teddy bear picnic in the garden for the kids and their toys.
  • If it’s cooler a pyjama day. Everyone stays in their pyjama’s and watch DVD’s.

Online resources:

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Holiday ideas for 2-3 year olds

Holiday ideas for 2-3 year olds

  • Use playdough and make shapes and other interesting objects.
    • Recipe for playdough:
      • 2 cups of flower
      • 1/2 cup salt
      • 1 tablespoon sunflower oil
      • 1/2 cup water
      • food colouring
      • mix all the ingredients together and start playing!
  • Make handprints on a piece of paper. This can be put in a scrapbook or given as a gift to grandma.
  • Fingerpainting and free drawing is very good for fine motor development. Give your child some crayons and a piece of paper and allow her to draw freely.

Here are some holiday ideas from websites:

http://www.nickjr.com/printables/all-shows/all-themes/2-3-years/index.jhtml

http://www.kidspot.com.au/discoverycentre/Two-to-three-Physical-Games-for-2-3-year-olds+5379+522+article.htm

Please let me know if you need more ideas.

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Holiday craft ideas

Good evening,

Hope you had a great day! For some of you it is already school holiday and there’s a lot of questions what to do with all the extra time. Here are links to webites that you might find useful.

Fun easter activities: http://www.2teachingmommies.com/2012/03/easter-center-ideas.html

Bake cookie puppets: http://www.education.com/activity/article/bake-cookie-puppets/?cid=90.002

Do some gardening: http://www.teachpreschool.org/2012/03/exploring-seeds-in-the-gardening-center/

I’m busy gathering other great ideas. What are the ages of your children in order for me to be more specific?

Talk to you later

Amanda