Today we talked about candy canes! I have to remind myself (especially this time of the year) that we don't have to do every cute and fun idea that I come across. There are just too many!I cute out some felt in the shape of a candy cane and some stripes so that my son could make his own using felt. He enjoys being able to play with things on the flannel board.
this mini book about candy canes because it helps young children understand why candy canes are seen around Christmas time at their level.
Here is a fun candy cane matching game. It gets a little tricky since some of the patterns are quite similar.
this link for a fun file folder candy cane/stocking matching game.
This printable pack has a lot of Christmas activities including the stocking and candy cane counting game.
2 Teaching Mommies has a fun Candy Cane Pack to check out including this number puzzle.candy cane pack including these writing practice sheets.
Christmas Activity pack that includes counting these candy canes.
Teach Preschool is where I found this idea. My son was fascinated by this.
hand print candy cane. He got a kick out of that.
Here are some instructions. The candy canes are really too hot for little ones to touch when they are the most bendable, but my son enjoyed watching me bend and make letters and shapes.