Did you know that building blocks can be used for many more play ideas apart from just creating towers, vehicles and castles? Sharing some of our favourite ideas with Lego Blocks here. Watch our YouTube video till the end to know why blocks are an important learning toy for preschoolers.
We got the perfect dot stickers activity set for 3-7 year-old kids. The Skillmatics Dot-It Activity Set was Gifted with love on Mishika’s 4th birthday by her Mama Mami (maternal uncle and aunt) and how she is in love with this! It is a no-mess sticker activity, absolutely perfect for us at this stage as Mishika is finding it tough to fill colours with crayons in colouring books and school sheets. She absolutely loved this Skillmatics activity and wanted to complete a few more sheets the moment she finished one.
Each sheet of dot stickers has three shades of colors and varying sizes. So based on the white space available, she picked the small and large stickers and pasted them with much enthusiasm. What a fun mom daughter time we had with these cute dinosaurs last evening as she made stories about dinosaurs while looking at the pictures 😍
Absolutely recommend this Dot-It Set for preschoolers and kids upto 7 years of age!!! Watch the detailed video on our YouTube channel @momandideas ♥️
Hi parents and teachers of preschoolers! I just completed designing three paper activities for little kids and I am sharing the Free Printables for you. This activity is ideal for kids in the age group 2-4 years.
All you need is take a A4 size print out and you are ready to go. To repeat the toddler activities on the same sheets, you can get th laminated! So they will work as wipe and reuse activity sheets!
We made a bumblebee using toilet paper roll and tried an innovation for wings that really worked with the wings making a flapping sound under the fan.
We used a sticker plastic sheet that I had saved earlier after all the stickers in the sheet were used up! Yay! It came in so handy! Super recycling – after Mishika is done playing with the bee, it will become a pen stand.
1. Cover a toilet paper roll cardboard with yellow paper. 2. Make eyes and draw a smile. 3. Paste foam glitter paper / black paper strips or just draw black strips. 4. Draw wings using a permanent marker on a transparent thick sheet. You can also use plain white or yellow paper. Paste it on the back of the bumblebee. 5. To use it as a pen stand, simply make a base with some circular cardboard piece!
Save this post of DIY bumblebee craft activity for future reference. Do tell me in comments how you like this idea! Follow @momandideas on Instagram for more creativity and fun learning!