Wild West

Toddler Theme

Ideal for
18 months -
3 years
MONDAY Make a Cactus: Cut a cactus shape out of green paper. Help the children glue toothpicks (cut in half) all over for spines. Toy Wash & Swap Recite:
"Do everything without complaining and arguing."
Philippians 2:14

Pages 36 - 39


Attention Getter: Tell this story while caring for dolls and putting them in a basket.

Sign Language: Farm

The Little Cowboy Song Tune: I'm a Little Teapot

I'm a little cowboy. Here is my hat
Here are my spurs
And here are my chaps
As soon as I get up,
I work all day
I get on my horse
And ride away.

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Planning Ideas

Flash Cards and/or Felt Shapes:

Letters: C, D

Number: 3, 4

Color: Blue

Shape: Square

TUESDAY Make Bandanas: Provide triangle shpes of cloth (or a cut old sheet) for the children to decorate using fabric paint. Lasso Game: Take turns tossing a hula hoop over a chair or a group of stuffed animals.
WEDNESDAY Teach this Moses Is Born Toddler Lesson from Mission Arlington. Choose one or more activity to do. Choose one or more activities from my Moses page.
THURSDAY Make a Rope Collage: Dip cut pieces of clothesline in glue and glue on paper to make collages. Cowboy Beanbag Toss: Toss beanbags into an old boot, mining pan (pie pan), bucket, etc.
The Ballad of Little Joe
Gallop around the room to music (perhaps the William Tell Overture).



Trail Mix

Graham Crackers

Fish Crackers

Pretzel Sticks

Make Gold Rush Pans: Paint paper plates yellow and sprinkle with gold glitter. When the plate is dry, glue a gold nugget in the center of the plate. Label the plate with the current date and the name of the Gold Rush prospector. Play Horseshoes Make Bracelets and Necklaces: Twist a couple of strands of binder twine together and tie a few knots. Cut to make bracelets and Necklaces. Color this Moses and the Burning Bush color sheet.

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Apart from Him, I could do nothing. (John 15:5)