Sun activity

Discover the fascinating world of the sun's activity and how it affects our planet. Explore top ideas to observe and learn more about the dynamic nature of our nearest star.
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Help toddlers and preschoolers develop fine motor skills with this sun threading activity. Perfect for a summer or weather themed unit.

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Savannah Fish
Check out one of my favorite preschool crafts! This sun craft for kids is great for building fine motor skills and boosting creativity! Sun Crafts for Kids | Sun Craft Preschool | Sun Theme | Summer Activities | Suncatcher | Suncatcher DIY Preschool Sun Catchers, Sun Gross Motor Activities, Sun Theme Activities For Preschool, Sunny Day Craft Preschool, Sun Crafts For Preschool, June Craft For Toddlers, Fair Preschool Crafts, June Crafts For Kids Preschool, Eyfs Summer Crafts

Check out one of my favorite preschool crafts! This sun craft for kids is great for building fine motor skills and boosting creativity! Sun Crafts for Kids | Sun Craft Preschool | Sun Theme | Summer Activities | Suncatcher | Suncatcher DIY

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Counting Sun Rays - Preschool Activity - This idea could also be turned into a NIM game to be played with older siblings. Place a certain number of sun rays around the circle (Cuisenaire Rods with a yellow pattern block in the middle) Take turns removing one or two rays. The person who has to pick up the last ray is the loser. Light And Dark Preschool Theme, Summer Craft Preschool, Space Theme Preschool Activities, Pk Activities, Weather Activities Preschool, Space Theme Preschool, Kraftangan Prasekolah, Weather Lessons, Space Preschool

We counted Mr. Golden Sun's rays as part of our Space-Theme this week! Supplies: Craft Foam (or construction paper) - orange & yellow Scissors Here's what you do: Cut out a circle and 10 rays (or more-depending on how high you want your child to practice counting). Place the circle down and have your child put the rays around it, counting them as they go. You could also use this to practice adding or subtracting.

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Evelyn Saenz