Thema : Eendje in de regen voor peuters


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 Crea met Kids &  De Knutseljuf Ede. Onderstaand vind je Deel 1 t/m 5 van het thema. Daaronder vind je alle aanvullingen  om blog 1 t/m 5 uit te kunnen voeren.

Blog 1 t/m 5: "Eendje in de regen"

Deel 1: Eendje in de regen-memory

Speel het thema-spel memory!

Deel 2: Eendje in de regen: Knutselen-spelen

Deze vingerpoppetjes maak je zelf en kan je mee spelen!

Deel 3: Eendje in de regen-regenkoker-tips

Maak een regenkoker en maak met elkaar veel regen!

Deel 4: Eendje in de regen: regen/wolk knutsel en tellen.

Maak een wolk en regendruppels..en leer tellen!

Deel 5: Paraplu en regenlaarzen knutselen.

Maak een paraplu en regenlaarzen in mooie kleuren!

Alle kleur-knipplaten om blog 1 t/m 5 uit te kunnen voeren.

Kleurplaten met thema Regen

Alle voorkomende kleur en knipplaten uit het thema : "Eendje in de regen"

Teloefening Eendje in de regen

Tellen met het thema: "Eendje in de regen"

Hier nog een aantal tips in het thema:

Eendje in de regen - met propjes crepepapier

Met propjes maak je van elke kleurplaat een prachtig kunstwerkje!

Gratis Haakpatroon klein eendje

Met dit lieve eendje kan je het verhaal van eendje in de regen, prachtig vertellen!

En als je dit verhaal kent, dan wil je natuurlijk net als Kiki met een mooie paraplu lopen.. zo wordt de regen extra leuk!

Bekijk hier de paraplu's!

En bij spelen en wandelen in de regen  horen natuurlijk regenlaarsjes..net als eendje Kiki!

Bekijk ze hier.

 

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