Construction paper: white and green
Orange tissue paper
Thin out glue with a small amount of water in the small dish
Trace a hand onto the green paper and cut out
Cut out a carrot shape from the white paper
Glue the hand to the top of the carrot shape
Paint the white part of the carrot with glue and stick pieces of orange constructions onto the glue
Orange is what that spells.
Jack-o-lanterns are always orange.
Carrots are always orange.
Oranges are always orange.
Post-It Note Pumpkins
Orange post it notes
Green construction paper
Cut out pumpkins shapes from the orange post-it notes
Let the children color the green paper to make the garden part of the pumpkin patch
Give each child one sticky pumpkin at a time and let them put it where ever they like
Let the children color the pumpkin if they would like
Apples (cut in half)
Prepare for activity by setting out materials in an appropriate area
Show them how to stamp using the apple and paint
Allow child to try stamping on their own
Cranberry Sensory Bin
Cups and scoops
Prepare the sensory bin by adding materials to the sensory bin
Set the sensory bin in an appropriate area and give children plenty of time to play
Watermelon pieces of various shapes and sizes
Large skewers or toothpicks
Prepare for activity by cutting watermelon into different sized pieces
Lay out toothpicks and large skewers
Invite children to create and build using the items
As they are designing, ask them questions such as:
What are you making? Tell me about it.
How are you keeping it from falling down?
What will happen if you add ________ to it?
I can spell red.
I can spell red.
Fire trucks are red.
Stop signs are red too.
Brittney Andrade, MS Early Childhood Studies