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Worm Painting, Dinosaur Digging, and Eating a Rainbow – Preschool and Kindergarten Community

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Be sure to visit the moms that linked up below – they have some cute ideas to share with you all! Thanks again to those of you who link up and share the fun that is going on in your homes!

Spring really is coming, right? Even if the real worms aren’t showing up near your hour, Lasting Thumbprints shares how kids can have fun painting with ‘worms’.

If your kids love dinosaurs, check out this dinosaur sensory bin from Mommyhood in Holland. She shares a recipe for homemade dirt using ingredients you can find in your cupboard.

rainbow food

If you’ve never stopped by Delightful Learning, be sure to check out her Letter B unit. She has so many great ideas, and the fruit rainbow looks so yummy!

Spring Fine Motor Activity Tray Set Up 1

The most visited post linking up last week was the Spring Fine Motor activity tray from Little Bins for Little Hands. The little mini carrot planting activity is so cute!

That’s it for this week – looking forward to seeing and pinning what you all are sharing!

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting!

  2. Maybe spring is ready to finally stick around now! Thank you for sharing our “worm” painting and hosting!

  3. Thanks for hosting, and also for featuring Bo!

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