Do your kids love toy cars? Or do you have a bajillion toy cars in a bin and no clue what to do with them? Here are 4 of the best car activities for preschool kids! Color Parking Lot- This is a classic car activity, but it is too good to pass up! It requires...
Feed the Polar Bear - Preschool Activity
Every year this Feed the Polar Bear freebie goes viral. I love that it is used in so many classrooms and home around the world. Our preschoolers just love the idea of feeding an animal. On our recent trip to the zoo, we saw a polar bear swimming laps and ever since we have been obsessed. Rea tells anyone who will listen about her encounter with the polar bears, so this activity is inspired by that experience.
- Identify common 2-dimensional shapes such as squares, rectangles, triangles, heart, star, circle, semi-circle, oval, diamond
- Print and cut out the Feed the Polar Bear Template.
- Wrap a small box in white paper and glue on the polar bear face.
- Cut a hole for the mouth of the polar bear.
- Invite your preschooler to feed the polar bear various shaped fish.
- You can help them identify each shape as they feed it to the polar bear or you can call out certain shapes for your preschooler to feed the polar bear.
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Bookish Play – Creating Activities Based on Books
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Feed the Character
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