Candy Corn Fun!

It's fall!  Candy Corn is one of those things that reminds me of this time of year.  Here is a cute little candy corn craft that I made with my students.  It's not only cute, but it also uses those fine motor skills!

Here's what it looks like when it is all finished.  Cute, huh?

To make it, you will need BLACK construction paper cut into the shape of a candy corn.  Here's a tracer freebie for you! 

You will also need:
-Paint (Yellow, Orange & White)
-Cotton Balls
-Clothes Pins

Here's our "work in progress".  Pinch the clothes pins and put the cotton balls in.  Have your students apply some paint to the cotton balls and dab it onto the construction paper.  I used pencil to make the lines of where they should try to stop with each color. 
I hope your students enjoy this project!  Happy Fall Y'all!!

Letter H

It was a very busy week and I was NOT good about remembering to take pics of all the fun things we did...but here's a few that I did take. 
Of course we did our Hh letter coloring page, which I've updated the pack now and it includes color posters for each letter, b/w pages to color for each letter (like in the pic below) AND it includes pages that have pics for the letter and other sounds for students to identify which ones begin with that letter.

Here's our uppercase H craft this week.  H is for HOUSE.  Each child's house came out unique and that's what I love the best!
Our lowercase letter h craft this week was h is for horse.  It's hard to tell, but we used yarn for the mane.  I think it would have been cute on the tail too, but I thought of it too late!