Arts

Fairy Tales and More Story Time and Crafts

In this on-going story time class students will listen to books about princesses, fairies, unicorns, mermaids, Pinkalicious, and much more! After each story students will complete a craft that goes along with the story.
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Class

25 minutes

per class

Once per week

every week

4-7

year olds

1-6

learners per class

per learner

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn about the parts of a book.
Students will practice pre-reading skills such as reading from left to right and top to bottom.
Students will understand words represent a spoken word and convey a message.
Students will answer simple questions about the story.
Students will describe elements in a story, for example, characters and/or setting (time, place, and/or environment).
Students will be able to retell the story in their own words.
Students will practice cutting, coloring, and gluing in most classes.
 3 files available upon enrollment
construction paper markers, crayons, or colored pencils glue scissors sequins (optional) plastic jewels (optional) - https://rb.gy/momsm2 beads for making necklaces (optional - can use pasta, cut up straws, etc.) string or thin ribbon for making necklace popsicle sticks pom poms pipe cleaners ******************************************************************JANUARY****************************************************************** Week of January 4th: *empty K-cup or yogurt container; or small white dixie cup or styrofoam cup (plain white is preferred) *soda bottle cap *paint or markers (blue, yellow, purple, pink, and white) - white is optional *paintbrush *black permanent marker *yellow pipe cleaner *hot glue gun Week of January 11th: *sweater printout (OPTIONAL - you can create your own sweater) *paper clip (OPTIONAL) *stickers (OPTIONAL) *washi tape (OPTIONAL) *pipe cleaners (OPTIONAL) *sequins (OPTIONAL) *feathers (OPTIONAL) *mini pom poms (OPTIONAL) *glitter glue (OPTIONAL) *gems (OPTIONAL) *buttons (OPTIONAL) *markers, colored pencils, and/or crayons Week of January 18th: *Coffee filters or white paper but into a large circle *scissors *washable markers and spray bottle of water or eye dropper of water (OPTIONAL) Week of January 25th: *footprint using white paint onto construction paper (please complete this before class so it will be dry by the end of our story) *Markers *3 black pom poms, buttons, or black paint (for Olaf’s buttons) *googly eyes *small twigs (or brown marker for arms) *craft glue or hot glue gun ******************************************************************FEBRUARY****************************************************************** Week of February 1st: *construction paper in desired colors *scissors *pencil (to trace with) *markers, colored pencils, or crayons *string or ribbon *hole punch *glue *Valentine’s Day stickers (optional) *Valentine’s Day sequins (optional) *pipe cleaners (optional) *paper doilies (optional) Week of February 8th: -1-2 sheets of construction paper -2 pipe cleaners (in preferred color) -pencil or dowel rod (to wrap pipe cleaners around) -scissors -tape -OPTIONAL: stickers, glitter glue, markers, colored pencils, crayons, gemstones, etc. Week of February 15th: *large heavy paper *scissors *markers, crayons, and/or colored pencils *glue (or stapler) *stickers (optional) *craft jewels (optional) *tulle, wide ribbon, or crepe paper streamers Week of February 22nd: *footprint in white (either with paint or traced on a white piece of paper) -please cutout ahead of time *a separate piece of construction paper for the background (in preferred color) *ribbon, yarn, pipe cleaners, strips of paper, or paint for the unicorn's mane *glitter glue *glue *scissors *black marker *Googly eye (optional) ******************************************************************MARCH****************************************************************** Week of March 1st: *Paper towel tube or cardboard Pringles tube with a window cut out near the top. (this will be Rapunzel’s tower) *tissue paper (any color to cover the tower or your child may paint the paper towel tube ahead of time) *yellow yarn or ribbon for Rapunzel’s hair (braided optional) *small circle for Rapunzel’s face (needs to fit inside of tower window ) *purple construction paper cut into a small circle with a wedge cutout about 1/3 of the circle (this will be the roof of Rapunzel’s tower) *glue gun or PVA/craft glue *green tissue paper or green pipe cleaners *glitter glue (Optional) ******Before class, please cut out a window for Rapunzel in the paper towel tube***** Week of March 8th: *PDF printout (can color and cut these out or use them as a template to trace and cut out) *paper circles or sequins (scales for our mermaid tails) - Optional *markers, colored pencils, or crayons *glue *picture of your child’s face or a construction paper circle in skin color Week of March 15th: *handprint in pink (traced or printed with paint) - cut out ahead of time please *orange pipe cleaners *tape *glue *small google eye *pink feathers (OPTIONAL) *black marker *pink marker (to make the neck) Week of March 22nd: *2 sheets of construction paper (preferably one in yellow) *Paper towel tube cut in half or toilet paper tube *Glue *Crayons, colored pencils, or markers *String *Single hole punch *stapler (optional but it will make assembly so much easier) *ruler (optional) Week of March 29th: *PDF (can be traced onto paper instead of printed by placing a piece of paper against the computer screen with the PDF pulled up) *construction paper (either 2 shades of light blue, or one light blue and one white) -OPTIONAL- this is only if you plan to use the PDF to trace the shapes onto construction paper *construction paper in preferred color for the background *peach colored construction paper or peach crayons, colored pencils, or markers *crayons, colored pencils, or markers *2 tiny googly eyes (Optional) *scissors *glue **This could also be made with craft foam or felt instead of construction paper ******************************************************************APRIL****************************************************************** Week of April 5th: *PDF (OPTIONAL as it is just for the 2 hearts for Ariel's top) *paper lunch bag *peach colored construction paper *colored construction paper (red, purple, *shiny green textured cardstock paper (or you could just use a green piece of construction paper) *2 large googly eyes *pink marker *2 large heart purple hearts (for Ariel's top) *scissors *glue Week of April 12th: *PDF (optional) *green stiff felt, craft foam, or construction paper (construction paper will not be as durable) - please cut out a rectangle approximately 12 inches by 1 1/2 inches and 15-30 long triangles *pink stiff felt, craft foam, or construction paper (construction paper will not be as durable) *ribbon or string (this will be how you tie the flower crown onto your child's head) *craft glue (hot glue is preferred if using felt or craft foam but will require an adult to help) *pink marker (optional) Week of April 19th: *white air dry clay *paint in blue or green *toothpick *straw *string for necklace *pony beads (optional) - https://www.hobbylobby.com/Crafts-Hobbies/Kids-Crafts-Activities/Crafts/Assorted-Mini-Pony-Beads/p/28210 Week of April 26th: *paper plate painted or colored silver or light blue *2 blue paper circles about 3 inches in diameter *markers *glitter glue (optional) *sequins, gems, pom poms, etc. (optional) *school glue *scissors *sticker or printout of Cinderella (optional) ******************************************************************MAY****************************************************************** Week of May 3rd: *PDF *One sheet of construction paper for background (preferably light blue) *2 scrap pieces of construction paper in Mom's favorite colors (can use a whole sheet if you want but we only actually need 2 pieces that are 4 inches X 3 inches) *scissors *markers, crayons, and/or colored pencils *liquid glue *mini pom poms (7mm-9 mm) or 1 1/2 inch strips of pipe cleaners (body of the butterfly) Week of May 10th: *PDF (optional - but would need a foam crown or a paper crown) *sequins or gems (preferably in aqua) *seashells or seashell stickers (optional) *glitter glue (optional) *craft glue or hot glue if using gems or seashells *pink construction paper or pink foam for the crown (optional) *stapler or tape to connect the strap for the crown Week of May 17th: *Large paper (could use paper grocery bag, newspaper, wrapping paper, etc.) - have your child lay down onto the paper and trace a tail onto the paper from your child's waist all the way down just above their feet so they can still walk with their tail on (DO NOT CUT OUT UNTIL AFTER CLASS) *coffee filters or white cupcake liners *paint in preferred color(s) *paint brush *ribbon to attach tail to your child's waist *craft glue Week of May 24th & 31st: *Plain sheet of paper *Paint in any color (2 or more colors) *Scissors *Pencil *Surface that can go underneath butterfly to keep paint from getting onto the table (I'm using an art tray but an old cookie sheet, plastic tablecloth, newspaper, etc. would work too. ******************************************************************JUNE****************************************************************** Week of June 7th: *purple air dry clay *ribbon or string *straw or toothpick (to make hold in amulet) *gems or rhinestones (JPSOR 600pcs Gems Acrylic Flatback Rhinestones Gemstone Embellishments, 6 Shapes, 6-13mm https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XWWH3SR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_QMGWVDNPXJWX1CZ6AF0F) *silver glitter glue (optional) Week of June 14th: *purple footprint centered on white paper (before class please pint your child’s foot and print it onto the center of a white piece of paper or cardstock) *skin colored paint (or crayons, colored pencils, or markers) *hair colored paint (or crayons, colored pencils, or markers) *gemstones *glue *googly eyes (optional) Week of June 21st: No Class Week of June 28th: *PDF of cowgirl boot (Optional) *2 pieces of paper in preferred color for boot (light pink, brown, red, etc.) *glue *sequins or gems (Optional) *pom poms (Optional) *glitter glue (Optional) *markers, colored pencils, or crayons *scissors ******************************************************************JULY****************************************************************** ******************************************************************AUGUST****************************************************************** Week of August 31st: *Construction paper *Plastic jewels *Scissors *Glue *Glitter glue (optional) *Any other decorative items for a crown ******************************************************************SEPTEMBER****************************************************************** Week of September 7th: *PDF Printout *Pencil *Scissors *Glue stick *Markers, colored pencils or crayons. Week of September 14th: *Pipe cleaners *Plastic jewels *Glue Week of September 21st: *Construction paper *Sequins (optional) *Any other items your child may want to use to decorate a paper cupcake Week of September 28th *Purple items to make a purple picture (markers/colored pencil/crayons, paint, purple rhinestones, purple stickers, etc.) *Scissors *Glue *White piece construction paper ******************************************************************OCTOBER****************************************************************** Week of October 5th: *Handprint on white construction paper or with white paint on any color of construction paper (Please make ahead of time) *Pink construction paper *Gold glitter glue *Pink glitter glue *Black marker ****If you are using white construction paper you will also need a pencil, scissors, and glue. Week of October 12th: *Sparkly gold craft foam *Dowel rod (or kabob skewer with pointy edge cut off by an adult), *Pink ribbon *Craft glue
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance for scissors and hot glue gun.   Hot glue is only needed rarely but E6000 glue or similar strong craft glue can be used instead but it could delay dry time.

Teacher

Danielle
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Lives in the United States
Certified Early Childhood and Elementary School Teacher - Let’s Make Learning Fun!
275 total reviews
378 completed classes

About Me

Hello, my name is Danielle!  I am excited to teach your child!  I am currently a stay at home mom of three girls, my youngest is 2 1/2 years old and my older two girls (who are actually my stepdaughters) are 10 and 12 years old.  My husband is in... 
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