Here is our round up of all the animal activities we did for World Animal Day.
We used propeller seed to create butterflies, dragon flies and few other bugs. Great for developing fine motor skills and creativity while giving us moms to talk about new topics– in our case bugs.
Our simple resist painting with animal outlines will be a hit with your toddler and your preschooler. It is so versatile that you can easily switch the cutouts to anything that interests your child.
My pre schooler had a fun time with this sensory play combined with a small world setup while learning about the Antarctic habitat.
Quick and easy way to spend time with your kids in the kitchen.
We had a great time mixing the plaster and pouring it in the mold. That part alone is worth it for us.
Masks made our learning extra fun
Kid made quick matching game.
Challenge the kids by inviting them to closely observe animal patterns
Different 3D craft
My toddler’s favorite non toys are the clothespins.We created some animals with those.
The famous play dough makes an appearance in the form of animal habitats
12. Homemade puzzles
I have a puzzle and animal (especially cheetahs) lover in my house. Need I say more?
With Halloween around the corner, we painted animal patterns on the pumpkins.
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