All you need for these crafts …. Sugar paper, glue, pictures cut from catalogues and magazines, felt, feathers, satin type fabric, wool, ribbon, stars, pictures of birds singing, pictures of musical instruments and paper plates. For ‘Things I like to smell’ spray the pictures with perfume beforehand. (If you can have some real items for… Read More Our five senses craft
For the Bible story we used Luke 7:36-46. This is a difficult story to tell as it probably seems strange to us that someone would anoint a persons feet. You need to explain that in those days people would wash their feet when they went into a home as they would be dusty and hot.… Read More Thank you God for my nose..
Young children have lots of discoveries to make. It’s fun to help them discover their senses. There are different activities that can show them that they can smell. Of course they already knew that! We can help them know what the smells are that they like or dislike. Sometimes a smell gives us a warning – the toast… Read More all about me – I can smell!
Over the past term at our Toddler Group we have made a ‘thank you God book’ – this is an overview of what we did Title page ‘our thank you God book’ Then the following pages – with pictures added from google images. Each page was A3 and was laminated. ‘I am wonderfully made’ Psalm 139… Read More Thank you God book – for toddler group
Children of almost any age can decorate these simple egg shapes. We used them at toddler group today, but they would be great for older children who would be able to do more intricate designs or pictures. To make them you need to start with a salt dough. This is very easy. You need 2… Read More Easter decorations – eggs and more eggs
Easter is nearly here! In toddler group we have been learning about being ‘Wonderfully made’ and have already talkied about our mouths that shout, whisper and taste’ and our ears that can ‘hear shouts and whispers’. The Bible story that we are using to develop this is the Palm Sunday story that we read in… Read More Palm Sunday – Palm leaf craft