Draw A Funky And Fun Clown House

Bubbles, Bozo, Balloons and Pies! A fun clown house to make that’s full of surprise!

For this silly clown house craft, a piece of paper is divided into sections and you can draw a different picture in each “room”. Use a ruler to draw lines to divide the paper or you can just fold the paper into even sections.

You will need markers, white copy paper, and a ruler
(optional) for this activity.

clown family craft

Above is an example of a clown family doing different things in their clown house.

clown girl

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To make this clown house drawing, first fold a piece of paper into 4 or 6 sections.  You can also use a ruler to divide the paper into sections if you prefer.

Draw a different room in each section of your paper.  You can add a living and dining room, bathroom, closets, basement, laundry room, and bedroom to start.

Make sure to add lots of colors and clowns!  The trick to drawing clowns is give them big shoes and wild, colorful hair and outfits.  Use lots of polka-dots, swirls, and curly-Q’s when decorating their costumes.  You can make them look like they are wearing clown makeup but drawing x’s as their eyes, and a red dot as their noses.  I like to make them look like they are pouting, so I give them heart-shaped lips.

You can draw some stairs and add windows to make your drawing look more like a home.

Add more clowns, pets, robots, and anything else you can think of to make your drawing more colorful and interesting!

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Landforms for Kids – Early Childhood Activities for Science and Earth Day

Landforms for kids – activities for Earth Day and Science!

For Grades: Pre-K, K, 1st

Landforms Books

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For this activitiy, kids draw their own landform and label their pictures.

You will need:

  1. A Landforms book with pictures.  Big-books work well for this.
  2. Large white construction paper – 1 piece for each student
  3. Pick one: crayons/markers/colored pencils

Look at pictures of the different landforms, such as islands, mountains, plains, valleys, rivers, and lakes and talk about what each type of landform is called and show a picture of what it looks like. When you get to a page that shows all the landforms on it, keep that page open as you explain the directions for the drawing activity.

You could say, “Today we are going to draw a landform and label our pictures.  You will choose a landform that you want to draw and then draw it on your paper.  Then you will write the name of the landform on your picture.  What are some of the landforms that we learned about?”  Students raise their hands and say the name of a landform.  Ask, “How do you know it is a…(Lake, Mountain, Hill, River..Etc)?” Students raises their hands and can talk about how they know which landform it is and what unique features it has.

Pass out a piece of large white construction paper, one for each student.  Using your choice of drawing materials, have children draw one land form that they learned about and label it with the name of the landform, ie hill, mountain, lake, river, plains, island. Remind students that they also need to add their first and last name to their work 🙂

Have the landforms book open to the pages that show the pictures of the different landforms all on one page.  You can even write the name of each landform on the white board and draw a small picture next to it for the kids to reference as they do their work too.

Early finishers can choose a book to read on the carpet.

land and water printableI also found this awesome pack of landforms printables.  There are 3 free worksheets in the preview on TPT. Here is a link to the product page:

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Land-and-Water-Activity-Pack-351968

 

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