Light of the World activity: Ron The Bible tells us a lot about light. That means that as we read it, we will learn what God would want us to do. Jesus says he is the light of the world.
Glue Hot glue gun for adult use only Small piece of fabric cut into a circle shape and ribbon to decorate the lid optional What You Do: Use your hot glue gun to glue the decorative eraser inside the jar.
You can find cute designs in packages of 20 — 30 for about a dollar at most discount stores. Allow your little one to help select the eraser design to personalize the project.
Once the eraser is securely glued inside of the jar, your child can begin to assemble her paperweight. Pour water into the jar to finish filling the jar with liquid.
Let your child decide what color food coloring to add to the mixture. Add a few drops until she gets the desired color. Stir with a spoon or wooden craft stick to mix the syrup, water, and food coloring.
Now the creativity begins! Remind your child to be very careful with the glitter and wash her hands after handling the glitter before touching her face or eyes. After all of the contents have been added, apply glue with the hot glue gun around the inner ring of the jar lid and screw the lid onto the jar.
Allow the jar to sit for several hours or overnight to allow time for the glue to dry. Once the glue has dried, your child can pick up the paperweight and shake the jar to watch the contents move from the top of the jar to the bottom of the jar in slow motion.
If desired, your child can use the fabric circle and ribbon to make a decorative lid for the paperweight and then give it as a gift.The Bible tells us a lot about light.
God’s word lights our path. That means that as we read it, we will learn what God would want us to do.
A Year of Preschool Books & Activities As a teacher and a mom, the real new year starts for me in September when the kids head back to school. In honor of the new school year, I've gathered some of my favorite preschool book and activity ideas for each month of the year. And what I love even more is how they do it differently!
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Activities for ages 3 to 6. These must-try weather activities for kids are fun, hands-on ways to teach about temperatures, clouds, rain even tornadoes!! Whether you’re in need of a quick kids’ science project or are looking for something more crafty, we’ve got you covered.
These ideas are the perfect addition to our popular Weather Activity Pack! The last jar had ten markers with a question mark taped to the front. This way, the children can see what one marker looks like in a jar, what 3 looks like, and what 6 looks like.
They can then use that visual knowledge to estimate how many are in the last jar. Cookie arts and crafts have education activities that help children to learn math, english, science in a fun way. These games are suitable for homeschoolers, preschoolers, kindergarten, first .