Penguin handprint craft for preschool is super fun, engaging, and easy winter crafts and activities for kids. toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten students.
Do not miss to check out my 30+ Winter crafts for preschool These are super fun, engaging, and easy winter crafts and activities for kids- toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten students. These crafts goes very well with Snowman Math and Literacy Centers. This blog contains winter activities which promotes fine motor, sensory, counting, art, and other early education skills in toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Check out all activities now!
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A simple winter activity that helps your preschool and kindergarten students recognize and spell their names is what this activity promotes. With extremely simple steps and only four materials needed, anyone can do this! You will need large popsicle sticks, tape, paint, and markers to complete this craft. This puzzle will promote name and letter recognition, problem-solving skills, and so much more.
Simply tape sticks together across the top and bottom to form a “page.” Start by writing your child’s name across the top or bottom of the sticks. Be sure there is only one letter per stick. Next, paint your child’s hand to resemble a penguin. You can draw eyes, and a beak on the penguin when dry. Once the design is dry and complete, pull off the tape and mix up the sticks so your students can assemble a fun winter puzzle that includes their names!