Ready to see the kids giggle? Celebrate the Fourth of July with some funny little Uncle Sam hats!
Cut a long strip of paper or staple a few pieces of paper together, and wrap the strip around your little one's head. Then you're ready to print, cut, glue, and go, with our festive hat!
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Both of our USA Craft Bundles are currently priced at 50% off...just $2 per craft! The bundle below features a soldier, the Lincoln Memorial with a writing component (write facts about Lincoln), a Statue of Liberty paper bag puppet, and a White House craft and writing (write facts about some of the rooms in the house or President Trump). Get busy KrEaTiNg and exploring the great USA!
The craft bundle below includes the Capitol Building and putting numbers in order 1-10, an eagle craft and writing, an addition flag craft, and a star name craft! Let the learning begin!
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Happy 4th from Your Friends at Krazy for Kindyland!
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Did you and your family plant a garden this year? Taking care of plants can be such a fun job for kids! Our little guy insists on watering with me every morning. To help him understand the process of what is happening, we made connections with this week's FREEBIES for Families craft... the tomato life cycle! In just three simple steps, give your child the gift of exploring science together!
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We Love Life Cycle Crafts!
Creating crafts is such a fun way to explore life cycles! Kids love exploring this fun topic, so we've created multiple craft packs to keep the learning going! Check them out here:
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Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy KrAfTiNg and KrEaTiNg with the kids!!!!
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Innocence. When I talk with little ones about differences among peers, it’s always so surprising for them to see. Among our discussion, they sort each other based on eye colors and hair colors. They giggle at how they are alike and how they are different than their friends. They giggle because it’s something they have never noticed before. 🥰
When I read the book, “The Colors of Us” by Karen Katz, the kids energetically look around the room, searching for friends with the shades of skin that are referenced in the book. Shades include “chocolate brown, like cupcakes” and “coconuts and coffee toffee.” The kids are so excited to compare their own skin shades to something beautiful or delicious. ☺️
In the next part of our discussion, they all put their hands together, and they compare their shades of skin. The kids are thrilled to see skin shades are different, shouting out, “Ooo, ___’s skin is like an Oreo!” “___’s skin is like milk!” They’ve never noticed it before! They are different. All of them. So what?! They are friends. It means nothing to them to see differences among themselves because they love the people who are inside of the differences. ❣️
To conclude our lesson, we compare two eggs, one brown and one white. I ask them if the eggs are different, and they notice the colors. Then I break the eggs. The kids see they are the same inside, just like themselves in comparison to their friends. All the same. Yet all different. 💕
Especially now, this is what our children need to be taught. They’re seeing bits of news and hearing parts of our conversations with other adults. Read to your kids. Inform them. Talk to them. Let them ask questions. Let peace begin with you. 📚
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Hi, and welcome to Krazy for Kindyland! I'm a mom of three and a primary teacher since 2006. We are on a mission to reach all little learners, providing them with engaging, hands-on learning opportunities to practice spatial awareness skills while learning across the curriculum. Here on the blog, we share differentiated lesson ideas that allow for teacher choice while incorporating crafting and writing into math, letter learning, science, social studies, character education, and reading comprehension. Our crafts include consistent layouts and are easy for students to understand and follow directions. They are low prep, saving the precious time you need with your kids! Fun fact: our customers often note that our products are GREAT for subs! They focus directly on learning content and are easy crafts for kids!
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