Yesterday, I shared with you how we used live worms to create a worm farm. Today, I’d like to tell you about our gummy worm science.
Archives for March 2013
Gummy Worms and Worm Farm shared by Deborah Stewart on Fox 59 Morning News!
A fun way to welcome spring is by studying worms. Last week, we created a worm farm.
Stop by and check out the super fun sticky board play house we made and enjoyed in our preschool classroom!
We’ve been exploring life cycles of plants and animals in preschool. Come along to see how we put an early childhood spin on this topic.
Today I want to share with you ten tips for making circletime an engaging and interesting experience in the preschool classroom.
My grandson loves his cars and trucks so I thought I would introduce him to a simple version of ramps and cars this week. I started by making a simple toddler-sized ramp that he could easily explore.
We’ve recently learned that the letter S makes the “ssss” sound like a slithering snake. To reinforce our new letter sound, we made snakes for snack.
Our preschoolers explored and created colorful patterns in our paper flower gardens.
A simple and fun way to explore all four seasons on the sticky table in preschool!
Our children created some rockin’ drawings out of just a few simple materials.
We read the delightful little story You be You by Linda Kranz and enjoyed creating our own colorful rocks in preschool.