Sunday, April 10, 2011

Preschool Birthday Party

What a blessing it was to just be able to print, cut, and laminate birthday party printables to use with my preschool co-op class and at home with my little girls this week!


The kids worked on a balloon size sequence activity which I downloaded from Homeschool Creations’ Birthday Party Pack. There’s another balloon size sequence in the pack by Musings of Me.


Here’s my daughter working intently on taking off the back of a shape sticker to put on her birthday party hat craft.



Then we added candles to the cupcake in this counting birthday activity by Musings of Me.


We used smooth pebbles on this printable by Musings of Me. You could use Do-a-Dot markers or circle magnets too.


We used clothespins with these beginning sound cards from Homeschool Creation’s Pack, but you could laminate and use a dry-erase crayon or marker instead.

notebookingfairybiopage We will be using this printable from the Notebooking Fairy on Monday. It is a great page to use to gather information and present information on a famous person in history.


The printable pack from 2 Teaching Mommies has this cute cupcake color book.

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And the birthday pack from 1+1+1=1 had this color-by-number printable that my 4yr. old enjoyed doing.


We used this file-folder game from Crafty Classroom to review what primary and secondary colors were.


We’ll be using this game from Mama Jenn on Monday to work with basic math facts. 

You can find all the links to these Birthday Party Printables and more on my party central page. Thank you to all the printable party favor creators! You made my birthday party so much fun :)


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Blogger Lilla said...

Thank you! Our birthdays are far away, but I will have these by hand by then:-)

April 10, 2011 at 3:11 PM  
Blogger melismama said...

What great fun! Thanks so much for sharing.

April 10, 2011 at 7:50 PM  

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