Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
Learning to follow directions can be fun and interactive with this multipurpose interactive bulletin board approach.
We brought some creative art into our recent exploration of measurement and length with string art!
We continued our fun day of exploration by measuring colored spaghetti noodles.
To extend our exploration of length and measurement, we made our own measuring tapes in preschool.
We brought out the rulers and measuring tapes this week. Read on to see all of the ways we explored measurement in preschool…
To help the children be more independent in putting coats on, we teach them this simple process so they can learn how to put on their own coat.
Offering a variety of bottles and lots of lids proves to be a challenging invitation for children to solve this puzzle.
Come and see this simple idea for young children to be kind and share kindness with a heartprint!
Patterning with partners is a fun and cooperative way to explore important math and language skills.
We’ve have been building our eye-hand coordination by playing with lemon drops on the light table in preschool.
It’s time for another great giveaway from Guidecraft! This month, our Guidecraft Educator’s group is giving away an amazing set of Six Community Buildings!
Surely there is nothing that could brighten a cold winter day more than lemon drop painting. Come and see how we brightened our day with Lemon Drop Painting and more!
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