With so many different kinds of weather, we have been able to take notice of the weather changes as we ask the question “What will the weather be today?”
Our class was recently invited to join in on a Gingerbread Man exchange. Come and see our exciting adventure with the Gingerbread Man exchange!
This was our second year of implementing the “Star of the Week” in my classroom and all I can say is that I love, love, love the results of this process.
When I told the children that they actually can have eight legs like an octopus, they told me that this could not be possible. So I had to show them that they could!
We’re celebrating Earth Day! A great way to show that we care about the Earth is by recycling. See how we sorted recyclables in preschool.
Today I want to share with you ten tips for making circletime an engaging and interesting experience in the preschool classroom.
Read Across America day; I am sharing our parent reading experiences along with some terrific books our parents are reading in preschool…
Anytime I find a children’s book that is really well written and I know my students will enjoy it – I try to think of ways to expand on that book. One way I expand on a children’s book is by coming up with a story book game… In my previous post, I shared with […]
My students loved engineering with gum drops but I missed a key opportunity in the process of leading my students to explore lots of drops! Come and learn with me how kids really do have the best ideas, we just need to learn to listen to them.
We spent quite a bit of time exploring different ways you can use a box in our classroom. Of course, if you haven’t read the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis then you might not understand that any box you may have around is really not a box… “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis […]