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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Bird nests your preschooler can make!


This week was a week about spring and spring always reminds us of birds.
The children made their own little bird nests with eggs.


The children spread glue all over their paper then sprinkles brown confetti strips on top of the glue.















Then the children dipped their finger tips or thumbs into the stamp/ink pad and made little finger/thumb print eggs inside the nest.


5 comments:

Dawn Ginese, RN AKA The Singing Nurse said...

This look very tactile and fun for my SMA pt. Can't wait to try it.
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Rosana Garcia Hess said...

Nice idea Deborah. Thanks for sharing.
kisses from Brazil

The Activity Mom said...

Those are so cool! =)

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Teacher Tom said...

I love that I don't see a single adult hand in these pics, Deborah. A truly child focused art activity. I have a few real bird's nests around for inspiration when we try this! =)

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

So very, very sweet.

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