Pig Of Many PinksMaterials:
- Construction Paper
- Tissue Paper (in various shades of pink)
- Give each child a pig cut out. Let them glue the different colors of tissue paper on the pig. This creates a unique looking cute pig that has a great texture!
Grow some CornGet dried corn on the cob from a store. Then pluck all of the kernels off of the cob. Next put the cob into a clear container and wait about one to two weeks. New corn sprouts should begin to form. You can plant this and grow corn.
Farm SoundsDid you ever see a farm?
A farm. .. . a farm!
Did you ever see a farm
and all the animals that live there
A pig who says. . . oink, oink, oink
There's a horse who says. .. neigh!
A rooster who say . . .Er-er-er-erh.
A cow who says. . . moo
And a duck who says quack, quack, quack
Pig Dress-UpCut an egg carton bottoms (the part the eggs sit in) into its twelve sections (or use half of a toilet paper roll). Let the children paint it and put the nostrils on it. Next attach string to both sides (staple or punch holes and tie) and your children have cute pig noses.
Maisy's Morning on the Farm