Muffin Man Song

Muffin Man Song – Make up some movements to go along with The Muffin Man song and your kindergartners will have a blast singing and dancing!

Below the song lyrics you will find some Muffin Man clip art images, activities, and resources that you can use in your classroom or at home with your kids.

The Muffin Man Song Lyrics

Do you know the muffin man

The muffin man, the muffin man

Do you know the muffin man

That lives on Drury Lane?

 

Yes, I know the muffin man

The muffin man, the muffin man

Yes, I know the muffin man

That lives on Drury Lane!

 

muffin man

The Muffin Man Clip Art

 

Muffin Man Activities

Here are 3 web resources to go along with the song.

Muffin Man Activities for Pre-K

Do You Know The Muffin Man Activities and Web Resources

Muffin Man Nursery Rhyme Puppet Book

 

blueberry muffin image

Blueberry Muffin clip art

 

 

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Genuis Tips for Arts and Crafts Time with Kids

These genius tips from WhatupMoms will save you tons of time and headache during arts and crafts time with your kids!  Get creative with these 12 brilliant ideas, and you can sit back and relax, as common problems are solved with mess-free solutions.

This video shows how to do mess free painting with toddlers, and a smart way to teach kids how to hold scissors correctly.  I also love the solution for those kids who always use way too much glue!  These tips are great both for crafts at home and in the classroom, and you probably own most of the materials already!  Watch the video and I think you will agree that the suggestions will ensure both you and your kids get the most fun out of arts and crafts time!

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Free Coloring Pages for Kids

You can download & print My Little Coloring Book, a mini coloring book with 7 free coloring pages, complete with unicorns, sea creatures, butterflies & rainbows! Use markers, colored pencils, or crayons to bring the pictures to life!

Click here or on the thumbnail to the left to download My Little Coloring Book ~ coloring pages mini-bundle from TeachersPayTeachers.com

I also have all of the clip art images in color for sale in Kindergarten Nation’s Teachers Pay Teacher’s store. There is a link to the clip art on the credits page of the coloring pages bundle. You can use the clip art on your website, blog, Teachers Pay Teachers products, and more!

 

Halloween Coloring Pages Mini-BookThis Free Halloween Coloring Pages Mini-Book is a spooky-fun activity that kids can color! Download & print 1 or 2-sided, then staple the pages together to make the mini-book.

Use as an activity for Halloween Parties or give them out as a non-candy option for trick-or-treaters!

Click here or on the thumbnail to the right to download the It’s Halloween Mini-Book from TeachersPayTeachers.com

 

 

Here are some free coloring pages & coloring activities from around the web:

Free Coloring Page Bookmarks

free coloring page bookmarksThese three coloring page bookmarks by Dawn Nicole are completely free.  They are equally awesome for children or adults!

They can be found here: Coloring Page Bookmarks from ByDawnNicole.com 

Free Jungle Animal Coloring Pages

These adorable coloring pages are perfect for jungle units or just for fun! Find them here: Jungle Animal Coloring Pages by 123HomeschoolforMe.com

 

Rainbow Fish Coloring Page

Rainbow Fish Coloring Page

I use this coloring page as a stencil to create a fish outline for crafts and activities for the book, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. You can find this page along with a few other Rainbow Fish Coloring pages here: Rainbow Fish Coloring Pages

 

 

 

 

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Make This Cute Worm Craft

We made this cute worm craft to go along with our creepy crawly theme.

You can re-create this scene of a cute worm underground with a small view of the sky.  As an extra touch, cut out a movable paper stone and place it in the grass!

worm in dirt craft

Here is what you’ll need:

  • glue sticks
  • scissors
  • construction paper
  • markers

Directions:

  1. First, draw an outline of the worm on a piece of pink construction paper. You can use the picture above as a guide if you want. Cut out the worm’s body.
  2. On another piece of pink construction paper, draw an outline of the neck. This piece makes it look more worm-like, and less like a snake. Cut out the neck piece and glue it onto the worm’s body. Set the worm aside.
  3. On the brown construction paper for the background. Draw dots and speckles on the brown construction paper with a marker to make it look like dirt.
  4. Cut a 3 inch strip of blue construction paper for the sky and glue it to the top of your paper.
  5. Next cut a 1.5 inch strip of green paper and snip it along the side to make grass.  Line it up and glue the bottom of the grass to where the brown construction paper meets the blue construction paper.
  6. Glue the worm to the dirt area.
  7. Cut out small gray ovals and glue them onto the brown background to make pebbles. Draw dots and lines to make them look more realistic.  Make a bigger pebble and tuck it into the grass – no need to glue it down, and it’s fun to move around!
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