Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Easy Preschool Crafts

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Last week I was inspired by all of the amazingly easy preschool crafts. My preschooler wants to make "something" every day. I love that he is artistic, but my brain can become taxed with thinking up crafts for him. I'm so excited to try out these fun easy preschool crafts shared by my mom's library friends. Be sure to subscribe and follow Mom's library on pinterest to keep up with all of our updates and features.

Easy Preschool Crafts Featured on Mom's Library

easy preschool crafts

Fall Leaf Craft Owl from JDaniel4s Mom

Pumpkin Collages from Where Imagination Grows

Cupcake Liner Pumpkin from JDaniel4s Mom

Shape Owl Craft from There's Just One Mommy

Pulled Cotton Ghosts from Capri +3 on Teach Mama

Paper Plate Owls from Happy Hooligans

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  1. I will share these early reader books with my little kiddos!!!

  2. These are perfect for all my Grandies when they come to visit and I am an early literacy coach so they would mesh well with the levels of my students---thanks! Fingers crossed-