All About Me Activities, Crafts, and Lessons Plans
All About Me kindergarten and preschool activities, crafts, games, and lesson plans. The theme, All About Me, provides children with all the opportunity to answer the all-important question “Who Am I?” Many of the completed activities could be bound into books for every single child once the theme comes to its conclusion. The next pages can be included: Self-Portrait, Facts About Me, My Opinions, Me Poem, My Hands Can, and Me Recipe. So, move out the pencils, crayons, music, and games and present each child a platform for showing the world his / her self that is special.
Exactly About Me Center Ideas
Dramatic Play Area
Place different sized mirrors in your dramatic play area. Add different clothes, hats, wigs, and shoes and let children play dress-up and appearance at their reflection into the mirrors.
Play Dough Center
Draw a relative head without any ears, hair, and face features and laminate. Let children use play dough to incorporate the ears, hair, nose, mouth, and eyes into the mat.
Add pictures of one’s children from the blocks.
Trace each kid’s hand on card stock paper and cut right out. Write their name in the back for the hand cut-out. Provide an ink pad and let children make fingerprints on their hand cut-out. Add a magnifying glass to the center for children to see or watch their fingerprints.
All About Me Circle Time Activities
I’m Glad I’m Me
Original Author Unknown
No one looks the way I do.
We have pointed out that holds true!
No one walks the real way i walk.
No one talks the real way i talk.
No one plays the way I play.
No one says the things I say.
I am special! I am ME!
there is no on else I would rather be!
I prefer / I don’t like
Have children stand. Say, “like beans, sit back.” if you prefer the color red, jump.” or “If you, etc.
I Like Collage
Let children draw a photo of themselves in the paper. They cut right out items from magazines of things that they like such as dogs, cats, flowers, family pictures, hot dogs, etc.
I will be Special Because
Have children sit in a circle while you play music. Children should pass a bean bag all over circle because the music plays. Once the music stops, the little one holding the bag extends to remain true and tell something special about himself/herself utilising the phrase, “I am special because . . . .” Be sure each young child has a turn throughout the duration associated with theme.
I look into a mirror and what do I see?
give away a mirror to every child. Keep these things looking into the mirror and pointing to your right parts to their face while reciting the rhyme:
My Special Face
Adapted by Jolanda Garcia, KidsSoup Inc.
When I try looking in a mirror pay for research paper I see my face,
And all of its parts have been in their place.
I see two little ears and something little nose,
I see two little eyes and something mouth that is little.
A wonderful and special me when I look in the mirror, what do! (Give yourself a hug!)
I am Special Mirror Craft
Draw a mirror shape on to craft paper and cut right out. Cut fully out an oval shape out of aluminum foil and glue on the mirror. Let children decorate their mirror.
All About Me Activities and Weekly Plan and Lesson Plans
Exactly About Me Activities
Make pictures of each young child in your class and print out two copies of each and every picture. Glue the pictures onto index cards which will make a matching game with pictures of this faces regarding the children in your group.
My Birthday (Printables and activity available within our KidsSoup Resource Library)
Print 12 birthday cakes and write the months of this year on the cakes. Make birthday candles with craft sticks and craft paper and write the names for the children in your class on the candles. Make a “Our Birthday Month” chart by writing the names associated with the children in their birthday month column. Let children find and place the birthday candles on the matching birthday cake.
Make 10 Birthday Cakes and Candles Addition Activity (Printables and activity available inside our KidsSoup Resource Library)
Things you need:
Washable black markers
Paper and fabric scraps
Everything you do:
Trace each child’s outline with washable black markers on large pieces of butcher paper. Then, let each child cut out his or her outline and decorate it with crayons, yarn, fabric scraps, paper scraps, and just about every other collage items available. Arrange the completed life-size portraits all over room. If desired, they can be arranged as well as a timeline that is personal each young one.
Create a true name tag with an image for every child. Allow them to practice writing/tracing their name. Slice the photograph and let children match the names to the photographs. Cut the letters of this name and let children put their names back together.
Names Spelling Cards
With a marker that is black children’s names on an index card. Write each letter associated with the young child’s name on a clothespin and place inside a plastic bag labeled with the name. Let children find their name card. Then find the plastic that is matching containing the clothespins. Let children clip the clothespins to your the top of true name card spelling their name. After children have had enough practice spelling their names, let them choose a buddy’s name card and to spell his/her name.
Hidden Names Artwork
With a white crayon, write the children’s names on a white sheet of paper. Let children use watercolors to paint throughout the paper to show their name.
Tape the letters of children’s names on Duplo blocks. Encourage children to make use of the blocks to construct their names or their classmates names.
My own body (Printables and activity available inside our KidsSoup Resource Library)
Write the rhyme below on sentence strips place within your reading chart. See the rhymes and let children point with their matching areas of the body. Point out the word”my” and together say the word. Invite a child for every single sentence associated with rhyme to show up to your board and use a pointer to find the word “my” when you look at the sentence.
Listed Here Are My Fingers
Original Author Unknown
Listed below are my fingers and let me reveal my nose.
Listed below are my ears and listed here are my toes.
Listed below are my eyes that open wide.
The following is my mouth with my white teeth inside.
The following is my pink tongue that can help me speak.
Listed below are my shoulders and the following is my cheek.
Listed here are my hands that help me play.
Listed here are my feet that go walking each day.
Make cards of each and every physical areas of the body. Let children see the rhyme on the own and put the matching areas of the body card on the reading chart.