Having fun making and dying pipe cleaner Easter eggs in preschool!
Our preschool class explored the process of cracking open eggs and painting all in one!
A terrific exercise in math and listening skills using plastic Easter eggs in our preschool classroom.
Having fun with rubber ducks after reading the fun children’s book “Duck and Goose” by Tad Hills!
My preschoolers will tell you that this is not a stick!
Simple tissue paper flowers for promoting fine motor strength and control…
Playing with homemade seeded playdough as we continue our exploration of different types of seeds!
Enjoying the sticky table experience as we explore the growth of seeds to flowers!
Simple seed mosaics for preschoolers to make!
Exploring color, texture, water, and temperature through our play with gelatin squares in preschool!
Handprints are always more fun when we get to paint our own hands in preschool!
Using easel starters, our prekindergarten age children created paintings to show the growth from seed to flower!
The children and I made our very own paper car mat for the block center…
Reading, counting, planting, and playing with seeds in our gardening center!
Exploring seeds in circle time and in our cardboard box gardening center…
More about cooking with kids in my preschool classroom!
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