Play Dough Portraits: To explore play dough portraits in a slightly different way I printed off a few of these blank face templates (A5 size) & added a couple of googly eyes. These are great for recognising, naming, & positioning facial features, as well as exploring a variety of facial expressions & feelings/emotions.
Found on fingerprintprojects.com Intended Audience: parents and teachers, Intended Developmental Group: Early Childhood, How it can help and why you picked it: I choose this as an informational poster for parents to understand the different types of play their children participate in, as well as a informational poster for possible preschool teachers to help promote different types of play for children.
How to Play Hopscotch Thousands of years ago, Roman soldiers played hopscotch to test their strength and speed, sometimes hopping over 100 feet carrying heavy weights! Today, hopscotch is a backyard game enjoyed by children (and lighthearted grown-ups) all over the world. Here's how to play this classic game, along with some variations to make it more challenging.