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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What’s Out Wednesday

Last week I gave Ally this magnetic wand along with the jumbo jingle bells from the dollar store. She loved it, so…


I decided to add all of the bells and ornaments from the trays we were done with to the sensory bin along with two magnetic wands! The kids really liked seeing what would stick and what wouldn’t.


Our nativity figures continue to come out! ( I plan on using this as our props for our Christmas book during circle time)


Shocking how popular these cookie cutters as stencils were! The kids love them and use them every day so I added the other shapes and they loved them too!


My Caden was especially in love with this activity!


Roll a Christmas tree adapted from Confessions of a Homeschooler. Roll a number, put that color “ornament” on the tree, and let a friend roll till the tree is full and colorful! You could easily make this game by drawing a tree(or cut it from green construction paper), find some colored buttons or beads or candies, and have fun! (The “tray” is a puzzle board)


I helped each child make a dot Christmas tree! I made a printable for this last year and this year we just used plain paper to place on top! Worked great and the kids love it!


Christmas color patterns!



  1. Hello! I'm just loving all the fun ideas on your blog. I stopped by because you had posted on my blog awhile back to let me know that the A is for Adam (or C is for Creation??) packets weren't downloading correctly. I just wanted to let you know that those links have been fixed. Again, LOVE your blog. Thanks!

  2. Ahh I wish I had seen these ideas before Christmas for my toddlers to try. What awesome activities!


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