Spring Activity with Kite Craft and Writing Prompt for Literacy Centers
This Spring, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as they create kite crafts throughout your Spring weather exploration of wind. During writing centers or your whole-group writing lesson, students write and draw about what they do in Spring.
Instructions and Contents:
Glue a standard sheet of construction paper behind the drawing sheet.
Color, cut, and glue kite craft. Two options are provided for the pieces. One is a coloring option, and the other includes only cutting and gluing construction paper. Add a piece of yarn to the bottom of the kite, and tape the bows to the yarn. Upon completion of the kite, glue it to the top corner of the construction paper for display.
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: writing/drawing sheet
Page 5: kite pieces: coloring option
Page 6: kite construction paper option:
Page 7: pink triangle, three bow (2 sets)
Page 8: green triangle (6)
Page 9: blue triangle (6)
Page 10: yellow triangle (3)
Page 11: three purple pieces (4 sets)
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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