Spring Activity with Kite Craft for Windy Weather Science Center, Morning Work
As you explore Spring weather, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as they create kite crafts during morning work, science centers, or a science lesson.
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Directions and Contents:
Students tape yarn to back of kite. Tape tails onto yarn. It is recommended that students use liquid glue with this product if you plan to fly your kites outside. Running around the grass and flying kites together is one of the kids' most memorable moments of the year!
Page 1: coloring option: kite, tails, middle
Page 2: square
Page 3: 4 triangles, 4 tails
Book companions that go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following sweet titles:
When Spring Comes
When Will it Be Spring?
Mouse's First Spring
Wake Up, It's Spring!
Spring Is Here!
The Wind Blew
When the Wind Blows
Like a Windy Day
Let's Fly a Kite
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-provides engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice while learning across the curriculum
-easily differentiated kindergarten activities, based on student needs and also allows room for teacher choice
-includes consistent layouts; easy for students to understand
-low prep and a huge time saver; GREAT for subs
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