Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071809830. Please forward this error screen to 208. First-School preschool craft projects free fun preschool lesson plans, educational early childhood activities, printable crafts, worksheets, calendar of events and other resources for children of preschool age.
First-School’s content is ideal for home schooling, preschool and kindergarten teachers, daycare, child care providers, after-school and babysitters. The basic materials needed for most activities are: a printer, paper, coloring tools, child safe scissors and glue. Review a suggested list of additional preschool materials for the extras. Most materials are around your home and are recyclables!
Visit Preschool Themes and Printable Activities to choose themes, lesson plans, printable crafts and activities to tailor your calendar of activities and curriculum. Visit Holidays and Events to include special holiday activities and celebrations to your monthly activities. When I craft I have a hard time waiting for paint, glue or Mod Podge to dry. So I figured out a way to speed dry my projects. I have an old hair dryer that is too hot on one setting and too slow on the other setting for drying hair.
But it’s perfect for drying my crafts quickly. When I use the dryer on the high setting, I hold it about a foot away from my project and keep it moving over the whole area, and not letting it blow in one spot for long. When the piece is mostly dry, I leave it alone for 15 or 20 minutes to finish drying before I add the next coat or continue with the next step. This is a great tip for crafting with kids. They are usually impatient for their project to be done, and kids can help with the hair dryer if it’s used on a low setting and an adult is there to supervise. I hope to see you back next week! Such a great tip for impatient crafters like me!