Kindergarten has been bitten with the springtime bug. They could be found buzzing happily making handprint butterflies. Each student traced their own hand and then cut them out, followed by decoration of their “butterflies”. Next, they attached a straw and colored cotton for the body. They added eyes and were then ready to fly into spring.
The next day keeping with their spring feel, students made handprint sunflowers. They once again traced their hands, but this time it was eight prints that they needed. Next they glued a stem and leaves to a blue piece of construction paper. They next put their handprints in a circle to make the flower. Finally, they added a brown construction paper circle to represent the center of the flower. What a great way to welcome Spring!