Nuts! Did you say nuts? Squirrels are on the hunt for their winter supply.
Let’s see how many nuts this little squirrel can fit inside his mouth!
Read: “Those Darn Squirrels:” by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri
Rhyme: Little Squirrel
Materials needed: tissue box, stapler, cardstock, picture of a squirrel, scissors, fake acorns from the store (In case there are any nut allergies.)
Instructions: Find a picture of a squirrel with big cheeks (smiling is helpful). Glue the face to a piece of card stock and laminate for sturdiness. Attach the squirrel face to the front of a tissue box. Attach the big squirrel face over the hole in the box, and cut out a small opening where the mouth is. Using a deck of cards (only 1-10). Have the children pick a card and feed the squirrel that number of acorns.