- Consider using the 'Resource Category' Filter above to refine your search.
Help your daycare children develop an awareness of their bodies as they pretend to be pretzels. As a follow-up, make pretzels for a snack using frozen bread dough.
Help kids design their own special wrapping paper for their holiday gift giving.
Help your daycare children to make these pussy willow paintings to decorate their homes.
This idea comes from the rainsticks created by Australian aborigines. Let your daycare children enjoy making them and pretend to be listening to falling rain.
These rock figures will be great, creative craft and play activity that children can also give to their parents to use as a fun paperweight.
Mixing salt into tempera paint results in sparkly-sandy looking works of art.
These happy scarecrows won't frighten anyone...but they sure are fun to make!
Use ordinary gelatin to create this fun scratch and sniff painting.
The children will be exposed to different senses by assembling a train with one car for each of the five senses.
Have your daycare children make these bars and practice counting at the same time.
You'll be mixing together some fun with some learning when you create this wintertime pal.
The children can make silly putty, which can be used to transfer designs from one piece of paper to another.
This activity provides sensations for the eyes, nose and hands. Each spice has a different color, texture and distinct arome.
Methods for practicing this important school-readiness skill.
Father's Day is June 19th. Help your daycare kids make a little something special for their dad.
Reinforce fine motor skills and color recognition while creating these colorful masterpieces.
Contact Providers Choice for program information or additional resources.