We recently spent a day playing, creating, and learning with rocks. Come along as we discover all the ways we can explore rocks in preschool.
Archives for March 2013
After reading the book “A Rainbow of My Own” the children explored the process of making these beautiful but simple abstract rainbows!
Using our whole bodies to weave through this beautiful rainbow made by our preschool students.
A fun way to create new interest in the easel is by offering different processes. Our latest offering was smudge painting on the easel.
Our children retold the story and created painted picture collages in the style of Eric Carle.
I am joining three of my fellow bloggers on Google+ today for a live video chat on the topic of fine motor skills. Stop by to tune in and listen in!
Reading the wonderful children’s book, “Red and Yellow’s Noisy Night” and making our very own DIY Strummies!
The book Ain’t Gonna Paint No More inspired us to create a beautiful mural on our classroom wall.
The children painted colorful designs on their arms after reading the book “Ain’t Gonna Paint No More” by Karen Beaumont.
Estimating, counting, and drawing with the help of a cup full of cheerios in preschool!
Here are 14 fun flower activities that you can explore with your preschoolers.
After reading the delightful book Owl Babies by Martin Waddell, we were inspired to paint our very own owl babies.