We turned colorful paper scraps into beautiful rainbow collages.
Archives for February 2014
In celebration of Dr. Seuss week, our Pre-Kindergarten class enjoyed the book “There’s No Place like Space” as well as a few space related activities we had set up to explore around the classroom.
The weather helper informed us that today’s weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy making it a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our sensory table.
As the weather changes, it is a good time to naturally promote conversations and ideas that lead us to explore the weather in the preschool classroom.
Play is a critical part of early learning and yet it is easy to overlook the complex learning that is taking place and dismiss child’s play as nothing but “just play.”
I love to find things to use in my classroom that invite curiosity or renew interest in an old activity. Today, I want to introduce you to what I like to call “the reflection table.”
I couldn’t wait to get put this lock and key game into action all around my preschool classroom.
Transitions can be a source of trouble in the classroom. Today, we are sharing a few tips for dealing with those troubling transitions…
Working together to make squares in our preschool classroom!
Of all the painting experiences I share with my students, the one they most enjoy is anything that has to do with painting at the easel.
Here are five simple heart math ideas our prek students explored this week.
Exploring a new art process with a book and a pair of real chopsticks!