Simple Kid Friendly Olympics Party
Are you ready for the next Olympics? Don't miss these awesome ideas for a simple Olympics party, including super easy decorations and kid-friendly food such as Olympic ring pizza, Oreo medals, and torches made from Cheetos. So cute!
Gold Medal Olympic Rings Craft for Kids - Go Team USA!
Our gold medal Olympic rings craft for kids is so much fun to make! Get creative and cheer on Team USA with this fun Olympic themed activity.
Kid Bloggers Go Olympics: Straw Javelin Throw - Toddler Approved
The simplest ideas are always the most fun. Today I have two posts to share with you that feature some simple Olympic field events. We're sharing these posts as part of Camp Mom 2012 and as part of Kid Bloggers Go Olympics. Kid Bloggers Go Olympics is hosted by Rainy Day Mum, Sun Hats andContinue Reading
Inspiration - MyPrintly
How to make a unique bean bag toss game from terra cotta pot saucers and a printable (which you can get for free by clicking through!)
Summer Road Trip and Travel Essentials - Sam's Club
Bring this year's Summer Games to life with this easy, ring DIY project! Simply grab uncoated, lightweight paper plates from Sam's Club, glue and colorful paint in blue, black, red, green and yellow. Paint each plate a different color, let dry and then glue together to make it look like the Summer Game rings!
Olympic Torch Craft for Kids - Mama Teaches
After watching a teaser about them on the news this morning, we decided to whip up our own Olympic Torch craft. It’s easy, it’s quick, and it’s a great way to help build those fine motor skills. Olympic Torch Craft for Kids HOW TO MAKE THE OLYMPIC TORCH CRAFT Ages: 2+ (with adult supervision) Time: 15-20 minutes ... Read More about Olympic Torch Craft for Kids
We made caterpillars in preschool
Unique ways to explore caterpillars and butterflies in your classroom! There are some activities that just look like fun and this caterpillar painting activity is one of my favorites.... Printing with Forks The teachers set out bright colors of paint, some plastic cups, and some plastic
We talked about the Olympic flag today and then did a simple art project, which I'm sure you've seen many times before and perhaps have done with your child. I put cups upside down in paint. The kids could make a flag if they wanted to, or make any kind of design by using the cups as stamps. We had some very cool and unique designs. We are having trouble completing our Olympic events because of the heat. I'm trying to squeeze them all in during the morning hours when it's not as hot, but…
SERMON NOTES FOR KIDS - Here is version 2 that I created about a year ago. Feel free and copy and print out for your kids or children's ministry. #sermonnotesforkids #kidscoloringpages