For ages 8 to 12,ÊPop-Out & Paint Farm Animals offers fabulous barnyard animal templates that kids canÊpop out of the book,Êpaint as they please, and customize with paper wings, yarn beards, and other unique touches, creating a one-of-a-kind barnyard that can be played with after it's finished. The animals include cows, sheep, pigs, goats, ducks, chickens...even a barn cat and a border collie! Kids will learn about different breeds while enjoying hours of creative fun.
Create a herd of model paper horses! Kids ages 8 to 12 will enjoy applying authentic paint markings and mane and tail features to 10 pop-out horse-breed templates. With illustrated instructions that use simple materials like acrylic paints, glue, embroidery floss, and yarn, children are in for plenty of crafting fun as they bring to life an Arabian, Appaloosa, Tennessee Walker, and more! Sturdy enough for playing with, these paper animals are sure to bring hours of enjoyment to your horse-crazy child.
Hours of fun for crafty kids! With these clear, fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions, kids ages 8 to 14 can create realistic stand-up paper models of their favorite dog and cat breeds. Simply pop out any of the 20 sturdy templates and use paint, craft paper, and glue to bring it to life! There are 13 dog breeds, including a German Shepherd, a Labrador Retriever, a Beagle, a Jack Russell Terrier, and a Poodle, and 5 cat breeds -- a Siamese, a Manx, a Russian Blue, an American Shorthair, and an American Longhair. This third book in the best-selling Pop-Out & Paint series features new techniques, such as rag painting and using a pencil eraser dipped in paint, and includes instructions for making water bowls, leashes, cat toys, and more things a happy pet needs.
Author: Cindy A. Littlefield
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Release Date: 2011-11-16
Genre: Family & Relationships
Create your own herd of model paper horses! Using a few basic craft suppliesÑacrylic paints, craft glue, embroidery floss, and yarnÑkids ages 8 to 12 will have hours of fun applying authentic paint markings and mane and tail features to pop-out breed templates. The step-by-step photographic instructions are easy to follow. When complete, each durable model is painted on both sides, and the completed horses can stand up for play or display. From the black sheen of the majestic Friesian to the distinctive spots of the Appaloosa, horse-crazy crafters will find exciting challenges and satisfaction in creating models of their favorite horse breeds.
Chickens make wonderful pets, and Melissa Caughey provides all the information kids need to raise healthy chickens and have lots of fun doing it. Covering everything from feeding, housing, and collecting eggs to quirky behaviors and humane treatment, Caughey’s engaging advice helps children understand the best ways to care for their chickens. Spark enthusiasm with creative activities like chicken forts and a veggie piñata for the flock, and feed more than the imagination with egg-centric dishes like Mexican egg pizza.
Prepare opportunities for purposeful play with students in grades PK–K using Let's Learn and Play! This 160-page book is a comprehensive resource for creating purposeful play centers that help students solve problems, experiment, navigate social situations, and prepare for learning. These well-designed, modifiable center ideas allow teachers to put a personal stamp on the classroom. The book supports NAEYC standards.
You can count on horse-crazy kids to be doing something horse-related, thinking about something horse-related, or planning something horse-related 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That's why Cindy A. Littlefield created the Kids' Book of Horse Games & Puzzles. If kids are going to spend their time horsing around, they might as well jump-start their creativity and boost their problem-solving skills at the same time. The book is divided into five sections: Word Play, Picture Puzzles, Drawing, Fun and Games, and Brain Teasers. (All the answers are included.) Take the "Horse and Pony Stall of Fame" challenge by matching up famous equines with their human or television character companions. Snuffle through the "Hungry as a Horse" quiz and see if you can find the names of 14 things horses like to eat hidden in a block of letters. Then break out your best drawing pencils and learn how to draw a horse's portrait in six easy steps. Fun, horsey cartoons and illustrations adorn every page. And scattered throughout the book are horse riddles, bits of horse trivia, and quotes about horses. Here, at last, is the perfect book for kids who love puzzles almost as much as they love horses.
Definition- carousel: a merry-go-round, a conveyer on which items are placed for later retrieval. (Education should be fun, and we learn by retrieving old information and building on it.) My curriculum is a collection of literature-based thematic units for early learners. The units are developmentally appropriate for all early learners. They are standards based and Creative Curriculum friendly. Carousel Curriculum has been used successfully with young learners including English language learners, children with special needs and diverse learning styles as well as homeschoolers. I am a teacher with 35 years of teaching experience in the areas of early childhood education and early childhood special education. Principals and co-workers always expressed an interest in my thematic units. This planted the bug for me to write down and market what I have used successfully for so many years. The curriculum was created through years of education, experience, trial and error, revisions, and updating. Each unit covers a span of 4-6 weeks. Each unit includes an introduction, weekly outlines, daily plans, poems and songs, a book list, additional activities listed by domain, and related ideas for centers. Each unit can be used independently or be used as part of the collection of units to create an interwoven curriculum: Animals And Their Environments. The total collection includes: Farm Animals, Forest Animals in Winter, Polar Animals, Jungle Animals, Pond Animals, and Ocean Animals. Additional units available are Farm Crops, A Safari, The Zoo, and The Circus. I hope the units will be a great resource for you and your class. Enjoy!!!
In diesem Buch geht es vor allem um Fasern. Garn, Schnur, Faden und Stoff - und die vielen verschiedenen Dinge, die man damit machen kann, wie zum Beispiel nähen, sticken, filzen, stricken, häkeln und weben. Kinder werden dazu angeregt Projekte für sich oder Geschenke für andere mit ihren eigenen Händen herzustellen. Dabei sollen sie ruhig ihren eigenen Weg finden, die Dinge anzupacken. Hier geht es nicht darum, die Anleitungen zu den einzelnen Projekten sklavisch zu befolgen, sondern die eigene Kreativität walten zu lassen. In 18 spannenden Projekten von gewebten Freundschaftsbändern, genähten Schlüsselanhängern bis hin zu gehäkelten Stiftrollen, werden die beliebtesten Handarbeitsfähigkeiten einfach aber detailliert erklärt. Eine der schönsten Aussagen von »Stitch Camp« ist aber: »Keine Scheu vor Fehlern! Selbst die besten machen immer noch Fehler, und dass sie so gut wurden, wie sie sind, liegt daran, dass sie aus ihren Fehlern gelernt haben.«