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Owl Puppet

Owl Paper Bag Puppet This paper bag hand puppet is a nice activity to do in the Fall. You can use it to teach about nocturnal creatures and shapes and the letter Oo. You will need: A paper bag Yellow construction paper cut into 2  1 3/4″ diameter circles (one set of eyes for each owl). Brown construction paper cut into 2  1″ circles
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Apple Tree Fingerplay

Apple Tree Way up high in the apple tree (point up to a pretend tree) Two little apples smiled at me (put two fingers up) I shook that tree as hard as I could (using both hands pretend to shake hard) Down came the apples, mmm were they good (rub your tummy)

Make a Monster-Frankenstein

This is a wonderful open-ended project where youngsters can create whatever type of monster they want. Constructing their own monster helps to alleviate the fear of monsters. I like to make these projects as Halloween approaches. You will need: Purple and green construction paper 9X12 (using one color as background and cutting other color slightly smaller-about 1 1/2″ on each side. Pipe cleaners, yarn,
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Monster Marshmallow Treats

Make marshmallow Rice Krispies treats. Kids can decorate using green, black, white, and purple icing and gumdrops and fruit roll ups cut into zigzag strips for the mouth.This recipe is adapted from the Green Halloween Monster Treat on the Rice Krispie’s cereal website. You will need:                                                                                     9X13 pan sprayed with cooking spray 3 tablespoons  butter 1 package regular marshmallows 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal
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Mixing colors using magnets/paints/letterMm

Letter Mm and magnets are brought to life in this fun activity/craft. It utilizes eye-hand coordination and balance and the science of magnets is fully explored. Kids are fascinated by this project. You will need: A metal pan 9X11″ works well. A piece of construction paper cut to fit inside the metal pan. A few magnetic marbles and a magnetic wand. Paint (washable is
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