Exploring snow at home with a toddler may look a little different than what happens in the preschool classroom but the opportunity is much the same.
I find that at the end of any holiday we celebrate at home or in my classroom, I often have a variety of different objects left over. A fun and simple way to use up those holiday left-overs is to invite your students to make their very own "Holiday in a Box!"... To make a holiday in a box, you will need a box to start with. In the past, we have used shoe-box lids [...]
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Here are a few highlights of our Preschool Christmas Party along with some games you might like to try too!
Oops! I hit publish by accident! Working on a redo!
Reading the wonderfully illustrated book "Gingerbread Friends" by Jan Brett and making the best smelling gingerbread playdough ever!
A brief discussion to help you prepare for going back into the classroom after the tragic events at Sandy Hook School.
We added a little sparkle to the graphing process! Young children exploring the graphing process with the use of gems and rulers.
Enjoying the dramatic play experience with our fabulous new DIY pizza box kitchen stove and sink!