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Create Your Own Train Track! A Preschool and K Drawing and Create Craft Class
In this one time class, young learners will discover how paper plates can be transformed into train tracks as they use problem solving skills to build their own train landscape!
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Do you have a learner who loves trains? Or maybe they just love to create! I designed this class because so many of my preschool learners seem to love to cut and paste! This gives them an opportunity to do this and much more! We begin with paper plates. Paper plates make awesome train tracks! (They could be used with little toy trains such as the wooden "Brio" or Thomas style ones.) Learners will discover how to cut out their own tracks from paper plates and to creatively use the center...
1. Markers 2. SEVERAL (5 to 10 to allow for errors) 9" Uncoated White Paper Plates with the ridged edges (the cheapest, flimsy kind, not wax coated/not foam) 3. Safety Scissors (parental supervision required for safety) 4. Large Glue Stick 5. Regular plastic ruler 6. A large piece of paper (the one in my picture is 24" by 18". If you don't have this handy, taping together several pieces of regular paper or even construction paper will also work.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kelly McCreaLearn what you love...love what you learn!
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Hello from beautiful northern New Jersey! I'm excited at the opportunity to continue to bring a love for learning to children after homeschooling my own children for the past 20 years. Since 2017, I have taught over 5700 classes to Chinese...