Our children love to create fold-over paintings. So it was no surprise that they all really enjoyed making these beautiful butterfly fold-overs to decorate our classroom.
I spent some time jotting down tips from my own experience in exploring journals in the preschool classroom.
Come discover how our preschool children used fine motor and engineering skills to create their own salt tray mazes.
Have you ever noticed the similarities between road maps and mazes? We are exploring the connection between the two this week in preschool.
Check out this tutorial on how to make a simple large box maze that will invite your preschoolers to play!
To extend our exploration of length and measurement, we made our own measuring tapes in preschool.
Find out how discovery bottle can make a wonderful way to boost your experience in science and in play!
With so many things on your wish list, it can be hard to narrow down and remember everyone in the process. These lists of Top Toys may be just the help you need!
Exploring the light table doesn’t have to be complicated or all planned out. Everyday things in the classroom are just as fun too!
Working together to make new friends as we explored the process of making friendship bracelets in preschool!
Building community and making new friends as we paint an apple tree together in preschool.
Exploring friendship with the help of little mouse and his apple!
Exploring the beautiful colors and shape of a square on our sticky window!
Come and see all the amazing ways you can promote the hopes and dreams of young children and celebrate their achievements!
Exploring pipe cleaners and beads by making our own pipe cleaner bead mazes in preschool!
Exploring the DIY pizza box textured puzzles in preschool.
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