Add some food coloring to corn syrup and you have a very sweet glue mixture! I took these photos at a local school I visited and noticed the blue bottle of corn syrup (made by adding food coloring). The children painted a little fish bowl cut out with the blue corn syrup. Then they added […]
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I have seen others make this type of activity on their blogs so when my nieces came over, I thought we should try it all out. What we discovered is that this activity (which we now call designer paper towels) is an idea that just keeps on keeping on. So here it goes:) Setting up […]
My guest today is Marcy Fox. Marcy is a speech pathologist and one of our fellow bloggers that I really have enjoyed getting to know. We are all challenged to help young children develop their speech and language and Marcy has provided us with some very important information about this process below… Let’s Talk About Communication […]
Create your own puppet stage for preschool!
I am always inspired by what others do and share with me. A few weeks ago, I posted this little quilted mailbox system that I use in the classroom which led to Danny Chiu, a kindergarten teacher from Jarkarta, Indonesia, to create one for his students at Regency Kindergarten. This is my mailbox… Below is the […]
CERIA Preschool at Palembang south Sumatra Indonesia Rhama’s class is from Palembang south Sumatra Indonesia. Rhama often checks into the Teach Preschool site on Facebook and finds activities to do with her students. Most of these activities are not my ideas, rather ideas from my fellow bloggers. On occasion Rhama will share photos of her […]
Help preschoolers learn to recognize their names with these graphing activities. The activity you choose to use will depend on the age and readiness of your students. When participating in any type of graphing activity, always make sure your students are involved in the process and once the graph is completed, ask the children questions […]