Chicken project craft ideas:
Chicken/ bird from playdough
Kippetje/ vogel van speelklei
Chicken project Montessori trays for toddlers:
match the colours
one-to-one correspondence- one egg in each section.
I think she understood the one-to-one correspondence, I found one egg in each compartment of the lego box.
Make a chicken craft activity.
The shape sorter made it into the cupboard this week. Nothing to do with chickens.
I tried repeatedly to model trying the shapes in different holes until they fitted, C would get instantly frustrated and demonstrate to me that you could slide the lid open and put the shapes in- crazy mother making everything so complicated!
This week she took it out of the cupboard while I was tidying the washing. She tried the shapes in the holes and managed to get them all in! I thought she must just have been lucky so I put it in the rotation to see what would happen.
The baa and moo game and the sheep posting game are still on the shelves from last week.
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Other chicken project ideas:
This was an activity from last week with farm animals. (Click here for original post)The bingo card that I was using was a bit annoying because there is a goat on it and we have a donkey but no goat, making the matching tricky.
I noticed that the eggs could be used for sorting- size and colours. I’ll remember that for next year!
chicken, egg, bunny, flowers
Easter stickers to make cards (or during the Corona crisis- keep her busy whilst I am video conferencing….)
C can’t pull the stickers off by herself so I removed the surroundings from the stickers, leaving only the stickers on the sheet. Now she can find the edges and pulle them off herself. (Can’t believe I didn’t think of that earlier!!)
Plastic eggs in the bath!
A practice run Easter egg hunt!
C donned her Easter bunny ears (click here for how to make them) and helped to put the eggs in a basket for her grandparents (no contact during the Corona-crisis, but we can do something).
The ones that went astray were picked up later.
We also did a practice run hiding the plastic eggs (from the bath) in the house. searching for them and putting them in a basket. On Easter Sunday during the real egg hunt I filled the plastic eggs with hollow chocolate eggs.
A simple bird from playdough.
Head- body- wobbly eyes- feathers for wings and a tail.