Be a preschool paleontologist with this engaging and hands-on Dinosaur Skeleton process art! You’re definitely not going to want to miss it!
We’re getting ready to wrap things up for January. Both our preschool curriculum kit, as well as the books that we got for next month’s It’s A Small World theme, are here and we’re definitely ready to get started.
This week, we learned about Dinosaur Body Parts and one of our favorite activities was creating a dinosaur skeleton from head to toe. If you’re interested in doing something like this with your little kids, then definitely keep reading.
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A huge thanks to Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time) for providing us with their Experience Preschool curriculum for free in exchange for sharing our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. It’s been such a huge blessing to us! As always, my opinions on awesome stuff for little kids are 100% my own.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
There is nothing that I love more than process art. As someone who is a homeschool mama at heart, I can’t think of a better way to teach little kids about creativity. It’s so important to me that I give the little guy as much space and as many opportunities to explore as possible.
Dinosaur Skeleton Invitation to Create Process Art Experience
Spatial Awareness (17.1), Visual Arts (32.2)
What you’ll need
- Pictures of Dinosaurs
- Background Paper
Here’s how to do it
- Set out the inspiration pictures of dinosaurs and additional supplies.
- What do you notice about the skeleton in the photo?
- How will you arrange your pasta bones to make a design?
- Which dinosaur will you make?
- What other materials do you want to gather for your art?
- Did the child intentionally arrange the pasta to create a dinosaur?
- What was his first step?
- Did he communicate ideas about his art?
It’s crazy to think that the little guy still loves these activities just as much as the day we started this curriculum almost two years ago. And I love seeing how much progress he’s made with everything from fine motor skills to mathematics + reasoning or even language + literacy skills.
Don’t forget to check back if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Dinosaur Dig theme. And if you missed our preschool space post, you can check it out here.
Looking for more insight & inspiration? Here are the top 10 most popular posts from The Keeper of the Memories. You’re definitely not going to want to miss these!
As a Mother Goose Time blog ambassador, I receive the Mother Goose Time Preschool curriculum in exchange for my honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, my opinions on awesome stuff for little kids are 100% my own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids. #mgtblogger
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