Trees ~ Los árboles

Trees ~ Los árboles

Art, Geometry and Botany ~ Arte, geometría y botánica   A Shape Forest ~ Un bosque de formas By Connie Goldin, LMFT I just hit a sale at Jo Ann Fabric Store and purchased three different-sized card stock booklets. I was searching for an easy way to make shapes that young children could cut and paste … Continue reading »

Sunflower Art ~  Arte del girasol

Sunflower Art ~ Arte del girasol

Art and Botany ~ Arte y botánica   Painted Sunflowers ~ Girasoles pintados By Connie Goldin, LMFT Instructions Buy a pretty sunflower. Cut the stem close to the blossom. Get washable kids’ paint. Smear colors on the flower. Use the painted flower as a stamp. Press the flower onto paper. Voila! Instrucciones Compra un bonito … Continue reading »

Shamrocks, Potatoes and Rainbows ~ Tréboles, papas y los arco iris

Shamrocks, Potatoes and Rainbows ~ Tréboles, papas y los arco iris

Celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day with Kids Celebrando el Día de San Patricio con los Niños       Our Books ~ Nuestros libros     Our Green Art Supplies ~ Nuestras materiales para el arte verde   Marshmallow Shamrock Prints ~ Impresiones de tréboles con bombón   Source ~ Fuente The Pinterested Parent “St. Patrick’s … Continue reading »

Rainbows ~ Los Arco Iris

Rainbows ~ Los Arco Iris

Rainbows in March Los arco irises en marzo   Find Rainbows at Home ~ Encuentren arco iris en casa   Paint A Rice Rainbow ~ Pinten un arco iris con arroz from The Imagination Tree   I’ve wanted to paint rice for children to play with as a sensory experience for ages. However, the idea of … Continue reading »

No-Mess Butterflies ~ Mariposas sin lío

No-Mess Butterflies ~ Mariposas sin lío

Easy Butterfly Art ~ El arte fácil de la mariposa   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   Here is an easy, no-mess butterfly paint craft from KidsActivitiesBlog.com that is beautiful and interesting for young children. Simply pour small amounts of three or four colors of children’s poster or tempera paint into a sealable plastic sandwich bag. … Continue reading »

Easy Eggs ~ Huevos fáciles

Easy Eggs ~ Huevos fáciles

  Paper Easter Eggs ~ Huevos de la Pascua del papel By Connie Goldin, LMFT   These eggs couldn’t be easier. Buy a packet of egg templates and some 3M Decorative Masking Tape. Make stripes on the eggs with the tape, then cut off the excess. You can use children’s scissors to trim off the excess … Continue reading »

Plastic Eggs ~ Huevos de plástico

Plastic Eggs ~ Huevos de plástico

  Painting Eggs and More ~ Pintura de los huevos y más By Connie Goldin, LMFT Gather up your plastic eggs from years past. Separate the two parts of the egg. Use your fingers to give the eggs three coats of washable tempera paint. Wait for each coat to dry. Paint with egg halves (different … Continue reading »

Science–Hatched or Born? ~ Ciencia–¿Salido del cascarón o nacido?

Science–Hatched or Born? ~ Ciencia–¿Salido del cascarón o nacido?

Wonder Works Wonders! ¡El asombro hace maravillas! Learning About Insects, Birds and Animals ~ Aprendizaje acerca de insectos, pájaros y animales   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   “What is born and what is hatched?” This is a very important question. Most insects, fish, birds and reptiles are hatched from eggs. Most mammals are born. That sounds simple … Continue reading »

Science –Hibernation ~ Ciencia–Hibernación

Science –Hibernation ~ Ciencia–Hibernación

Wonder Works Wonders! ¡El asombro hace maravillas! Learning About Hibernation ~ Aprendizaje acerca de hibernación   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   What is “hibernation?” Who hibernates in your neighborhood and county? Hibernation refers to a long sleep that many animals have in cold or super hot times that enables them to survive without food and water. Bears … Continue reading »

Science–Colors ~ Ciencia–Los colores

Science–Colors ~ Ciencia–Los colores

Wonder Works Wonders! ¡El asombro hace maravillas! Learning About Colors ~ Aprendizaje acerca de los colores   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   Rainbow Art for Kids ~ El arte del arco iris para niños Two things young children love to paint are rainbows and hearts. Learning the colors of the rainbow is an important part of early … Continue reading »