There are unlimited possibilities when creating a truck out of an egg carton. For my project I chose to build a construction vehicle that can transform into a school bus.
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Have you ever noticed how different the wheels of certain trucks are? Some are large, some are small, and some even have rotating tracks for grip to drive over bumpy ground and mud. Wouldn’t it be cool to see what kind of patterns these wheels can make? That’s what today’s Sanity Saver is all about. Let your child experiment with different toy trucks that they have and see a one-of kind-painting being created!
Have fun by creating your own map for your toy trucks! All you need is a little creativity, a box, and basic art supplies. Children will be able to use their fine motor skills to create their town and drive their toy trucks around! This is a great activity to practice lefts and rights, coloring, and shapes. One may also discuss communities, services, and jobs!
In today’s Sanity Saver we will be featuring a dump truck and working on some early math skills! In this activity your child will practice number writing and counting, all while having fun filling up their truck and dumping their blocks!
The Pride Flag was originally designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978. The design used today uses the six colors of the rainbow each with its own meaning. Pride Flags are still flown today by members of the LGBTQ community and allies. Today you are going to learn to make your own Pride Flag!