Monthly Archives: February 2011

Playdough cleanup

Children love play dough and it is great teaching tool. Don’t avoid it because it is messy.  Teach you child that play dough is only used at a table with a place mat.  Try never to let any play dough get off the … Continue reading

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Dust Eater Socks

Supplies needed:  One child’s white sock and markers. Give the child a white sock and let them put their hand inside.  Show them how to push in the sock and make the puppets mouth so it can talk. Guide them … Continue reading

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Paper brooms that really sweep

Supplies needed:  6 pages of the newpaper, scissors, paper clip, and rubber band You are going to be all ready to clean clean clean. Give the child 6 sheets of newspaper. While lying flat, secure them with a paper clip or … Continue reading

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Make a scroll

Supplies need:  Two pencils or sticks the size of pencils, paper, string, and markers or crayons Pre cut the paper the size that will fit the pencils or sticks.  Help the child tape the ends of the paper to the … Continue reading

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Sunday School Lesson

II Chronicles 34:1-35:19 Always have the Bible open in your lap at the text. You want them to know it is from the Bible and it is a true story. Get the children’s attention by asking if they have ever … Continue reading

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I am thinking of a color game

You can play this game anytime you have a few minutes to spare.  It is a game of clues.  You say, “I am thinking of a color that is the color of a banana. What color am I?” Follow this … Continue reading

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Watercolor Rainbow

Supplies needed:  Watercolor paints, a brush, water, and salt Let the child paint a rainbow in the correct order of color-red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple-with a very thin watercolor paint.  Sprinkle salt on the rainbow while the paint … Continue reading

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