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Body Parts Preschool Crafts & Activities

As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning preschool curriculum in exchange for sharing our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing things for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

collage of preschool activities with text: All About Me Crafts & Activities

This week we got started with our All About Me theme from Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time).


Everyone had a wonderful time this week learning about their body parts!

preschooler's self portrait art

We started off with All About Me on Monday and making self-portraits, which we of course hung up on the bulletin board.

water sensory bin with measuring cups

Our discussion for today focused on what we like and dislike and how we're alike and different.


Day 2 meant learning about the Head. We made an adorable Family Puppet craft and did an activity called Noodle Brain.

preschoolers exploring blue gel sensory bin with bits of yarn

The instructions for the STEAM activity mentioned using cooked spaghetti noodles, but instead, we used a sensory gel with pieces of yard throughout. It was ooey-gooey fun and the kiddos enjoyed every minute of it.

How does your brain feel question poster and image of bones in the skull

Experience Early Learning added a STEAM bundle to the Member Resources for this school year and I love that we can print additional resources including inspiration photos and big questions for the STEAM Stations.


This year, there are also supply labels included, which contribute a literacy-rich environment and help make it easier for preschoolers to clean up.

X-Ray process art activity

Another favorite this week was the X-Ray process art activity. The children had a great time using the pre-cut pieces that came with our preschool curriculum kit to make their own skeleton art.


I love that this open-ended art activity encouraged children to use "real-life x-rays" as their inspiration. What a lovely way to connect science and art.


After all, preschoolers learn through play and this activity was a perfect example of that!


Don't forget to check back next week to see what we're up to! We're going to be exploring our Five Sense with Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time) and we seriously can't wait to started!

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