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Picnic Theme Fun for Preschool A Picnic Theme for preschoolers can be so much fun! The summer lends itself to being outdoors more and enjoying the weather. This preschool theme is perfect for that weather! However, this is NOT just a summer preschool theme! How about having a picnic when the bad weather keeps to write letters to carry picnic things indoors?
Let the Picnic Theme Planning Begin! First, I'd like to thank Mandee, a visitor of this website, for submitting this picnic theme idea AND for taking the time to provide 9 of the activities for this page! You can either scroll down through this page to see all of the preschool activities for your theme or click the link below to go to specific preschool activity types you are looking for. Picnic Theme Art Thank you Mandee for the to write letters to carry picnic things 3 art activity ideas!
Basket Weaving Materials Needed: The children use the strips and weave them through the large sheet. They roll it into a circle and use pipe cleaners at the top of the circle to make sturdy around the basket. Great for small muscle development!
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The children use the tissue paper to create the rind, insides and seeds of a watermelon and glue them onto the paper plate. Writf sure to talk about the parts of the watermelon and where they come from. I read the book The The Watermelon Seed by Greg Pizzoli. Create a Picnic Theme Paper Blanket Materials needed: Large white paper; paint; paint brushes or rollers! The children paint their own designs on a large sheet of paper. We used paint rollers with designs on them to make it extra special!
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When dry, have the children help me draw the black lines to make the "checkered" look the the blanket! They loved having lunch to write letters to carry picnic things on the blanket they made! In addition, you could bring a leters bed sheet outside and provide spray bottle with colored water. Allow the children to spray paint the sheet.
When dry, use it as a picnic blanket or a parachute! Hot Dog Marble Painting Materials needed: Hot dog shaped paper for the buns and a hot dog; red and yellow paint; marbles or golf balls; shallow tray or box lid. Place the paper in the tray. Have the children squirt red and yellow paint. The red represents ketchup and the yellow represents mustard. This would be even more fun if you use cleaned out ketchup and mustard containers for the paint!
You could also add green paint for relish!
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Place a few marbles or golf balls in the tray and have the children shake the box to the left and to the right to roll the balls through the paint! Picnic Theme Collage Materials needed: This does not have to be strictly link items! How about blankets, picnic baskets, frisbees, balls, etc.?! The children glue the items to a piece of paper for a collage.
Laminate their pictures and use them as place mats!
Encourage children to build a park in the block area. Encourage them to add a playground. Provide play people to use on their playground. Ask children questions about their park such as why they made each structure, etc.
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Return to Top Picnic Theme Circle Time Circle Time is such a great time for children to learn the social skills of being together as a large group AND to learn more about your theme! Ask if anyone has gone on a picnic.
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Talk about what you do on a picnic: What types of food do you eat? What type of weather is best for a picnic? Where do you go? This activity really lends itself to creating a Circle Time graph! A picnic blanket or any blanketa second blanket or towel to cover the items, picnic items play thins, bubbles, ball, etc. Place the items on the picnic blanket. Talk with the children about each item.
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Cover the items with another blanket or towel. Reach under the blanket and remove to write letters to carry picnic things item not letting the children see the item you take away. Uncover the items and ask what pichic missing! Continue as you remove one more item or many items! Picnic Pairs Materials needed: Pictures or actual items that come in pairs for a picnic; CD player and fun music. Give each child one picture or item.
Hot dog and bun; lemon and water; watermelon and watermelon seeds, etc. Play music and encourage the children to dance or walk in a circle to the beat. Please click for to write letters to carry picnic things the music and tell the children to find the friend who has the matching item.
In My Basket Materials needed: Each child is going to choose an item from the classroom that they want to take with them on a picnic. Demonstrate this by going to an area of the room and choosing an item, let's say a stuffed animal. Place it in the picnic basket and say, I am going on a picnic and I am bringing a stuffed dog. Have one child go and choose another item.
Let's say he to write letters to carry picnic things a pretend watermelon slice from dramatic play. Ask that child to say and finish the phrase: I am bringing watermelon and a stuffed dog.
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