This fun turtle has lots of fact to help you learn. Made out of two paper plates, a brad, construction paper, and string. Paint the two paper plates, after they have dried connect them with the brad. You can then attach paper legs to the center brad with some string. Next write down some cool facts about turtles on the legs and head. Need some facts? Try some of these facts from Animal Planet.
This picture may look like the ocean to you, but kids will have fun just creating with the materials.
This turtle noise maker is a fun way to incorporate music into your learning experience.
Paint the bottoms of two paper plates. After they have dried you can staple or glue them together leaving room to fill it with rice or beans, after these have been added you can finish sealing it. Next you can add a face and limbs
Board games are a great teaching tool when it comes to math.
This one is simple, roll the dice and move the number of spaces shown on the dice. Before playing the game have the children read the story of "The Tortoise and the Hare. " An online version can be found here.
On our Game board we added the squares that say "Take a nap! Skip 2 turns" and "Slow and steady wins the race, you may go ahead nine spaces."