Wonderful windows in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on July 12, 2011

in Daily Living Skills

There is something about having windows in a preschool environment. In almost every classroom I go into, I find a child looking out the window…

I sometimes notice that teachers cover their windows with lots of artwork which can be quite beautiful but I recommend that where possible, you keep most of the window free for children to still be able to see out…

Or the sun to shine in…

I like to set up an easel near the window so children can be inspired by the outdoors as they paint…

And when it comes to keeping windows clean, don’t worry about all those little fingerprints because they wash right off…

See these wonderful window  ideas…

Frog Observations by Giggles and Crayons

Foam Window Art by Art for Little Hands

Simple Window Paint by Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning

Suncatchers with the Toddler Art Group by The Artful Parent

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