June 2010

Making your own fishing poles for preschool

Fishing poles can be made in many ways and can be used for all kinds of preschool activities.  This fishing pole is simply a dowel rod that I painted then taped on a length of yarn. At the end of the yarn, I added a small, but strong, magnet wrapped in a thin piece of […]

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Deborah’s Graduation Day!

A few months ago, I had a young friend that I met on Facebook, Kara Morris, ask me to help her write a poem for her graduation announcements.  I wrote the initial draft and Kara tweaked the words to work for her. In the end, we came up with this darling poem that I would now […]

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Water Bottle Printing with Preschoolers

This idea originally came from Frugal Family Fun Blog. I have seen this idea on many other blogs as well but this is where I saw the idea first.  I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it. Theme: Flowers The theme for this particular week is Flowers.  The children are creating […]

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Fourth of July in Preschool

I discovered these little fourth of July collages in a Toddler classroom.  The teacher cutout the shapes then put a squiggle of glue on the paper and then invited the children to come and put some of the construction paper shapes on the blue paper. Here is a fun little activity for you to check […]

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Preschool Ideas for 4th of July

A fun set of ideas to celebrate Fourth of July with preschoolers!!

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