Cooking is not something I consider to be one of my special gifts but cooking with kids is a must in the preschool classroom!
We worked together to make our own obstacle course for some outdoor large motor play!
Today we worked on tying knots in our preschool classroom! Quite a challenging process for little ones!
Check out this fun spring time art activity! But caution: It’s messy!
Deborah will soon be presenting a workshop for teachers in Indiana and Alabama!
Going on a picture walk with young children to promote prereading skills!
Giving preschoolers more to do as they explore colorful and bubbly science in the preschool classroom!
Building up prewriting skills through the use of salt trays in preschool!
The children in my early childhood classroom love estimating, counting, and graphing our math tokens!
Exploring the “4 R’s” in our preschool classroom as we had fun with rainbow reading, rainbow writing, and rainbow arithmetic!
Exploring rainbow paint as we made rainbow toast and rainbow pictures! You can see the live version on Fox News too!
Creating Lois Ehlert style bouquets in our preschool classroom today. A great opportunity to explore the illustrations from the books we love!
Exploring spaghetti in our preschool classroom turns into a wonderful exploration in texture and color!
This was an intriguing process of exploring clouds and wonderful colors that our preschoolers just loved!
A wonderful exploration in block building only this time we used the easel as our platform for block play. Super cool idea taught to me by one of my students!
Change up your easel and make it a sticky easel with this simple idea. Today – we had a rainbow sticky easel!
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