Older preschool children find this activity a challenge. Prepare a sample chart and offer rulers to help children figure out how to divide paper into columns. Encourage them to think about how big to make words in each space.
Science, math, language, and art come together when children record weather. Use words and symbols to assure that everyone can interpret the chart.
Children learn how scientists collect and record data, skills necessary as they gather information and make decisions.
Use a 12- by 18-inch sheet of construction paper. Write your name and Weather Chart at the top with Crayola® Construction Paper™ Crayons. Draw a line under your title.
With a ruler, measure the paper into five columns. Draw lines to make your columns.
At the top of each column, write the names of days, Monday through Friday. Draw another line under them.
On each day of the week, talk with your friends about the weather. What is the temperature? Wind? Clouds? Precipitation? Use words and pictures to record observations.
Trace around your hands to imitate the look of intricate henna designs on paper. These traditional, temporary tattoos ar
Discover the significance of dates during and immediately after Ramadan. Study the date palm's botanical characteristics
Why sing "The Twelve Days of Christmas"? Why are there 12 days, anyway? And why so many birds? Use this familiar song to
Create looks-like stained glass greeting cards using traditional or contemporary images. Handmade cards are always appre
What healthy foods do food banks and soup kitchens provide? Show them in an awareness-building grocery-bag mobile.
Towers, domes, pinnacles---Golden Landmarks are found around the world. Your drawings of these architectural marvels gle
Flip up a flap of this calendar to reveal a random act of kindness. Lend a hand to your family, friends, and neighbors.
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