Introducing the basics of a relay race to preschool age children with this stack the box relay!
Archives for September 2012
We spent quite a bit of time exploring different ways you can use a box in our classroom. Of course, if you haven’t read the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis then you might not understand that any box you may have around is really not a box… “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis […]
Exploring, painting, and popping bubble wrap in preschool!
Telling the story and then inviting my entire class to join me to retell this wonderful story in a box together!
The seeds of fall are all around us and they make a wonderful resource for investigation and discovery!
The children loved reaching in the mystery box to discover things that are living or nonliving!
The surprise of beautiful paintings were part of the fun in this acorn painting process!
Exploring the light table doesn’t have to be complicated or all planned out. Everyday things in the classroom are just as fun too!
Counting, estimating, and exploring acorns along with the wonderful children’s book “Nuts to You” by Lois Ehlert!
Exploring shapes and colors with the book “Color Zoo” by Lois Ehlert and a flannel board graphing experience in preschool!
Counting and drawing our own ants and exploring our outdoor log maze too!
Exploring ants in circletime then working on prewriting skills as we explore ants in the salt tray!