We’re having fun with winter art and nature study! We plan to learn about wintry themes all month long!
I used painter’s tape to make snowflake shapes and the kids finger-painted the poster.
After the paint dried, I pulled off the tape, and voila! lovely wintry decoration!
The kids loved coloring in their winter colors grid. We’re using ideas from Winter Nature Study eBooks.
Alex saw orange and purple among all the gray and white. He looked really hard out that window!
a fun magnifying and matching activity with Snowflake Bentley’s snowflake pictures. We will read that book later this week! It’s on hold at the library. also from the winter nature study eBooks.
our winter sensory bin table.
When Alex tells you that he’s “making dinner” and then you hear water running, please know that the sensory bin will be soon destroyed. I had originally put packing peanuts in the bin for “snow.” Yeah, those were disintegrated.
a fun craft on clearance. little snow fuzzies
our January poem on our monthly theme board
our January calendar about the Arctic and Antarctica
Check out my winter Pinterest board with all the fun ideas I hope to make use of this month!
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