We recently spent some extra time exploring the color blue and this particular process of making blue print designs ended up being far more engaging to my students than I ever thought it would. I love it when every child in the classroom takes their time exploring a process.
We are always looking for new and interesting ways to explore snow in our classroom. This one really hits the mark!
Our Pre-kindergarten age children designed their own stained glass artwork using tape and paint!
Exploring the concept of stained glass through this simple easel starter in our preschool classroom.
Spiders are quite common around our preschool and so we spent a little time reading about and making our own very busy spiders.
Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite posts that were linked up to our Discover and Explore dinosaur linky party. We had so many cool sensory bins, excavations, fossils, and play dough activities shared that it was really hard to choose favorites… Little Bins for Little Hands shared this really fun icy dinosaur excavation […]
To promote time with shape recognition and drawing, I transferred our salt into to boxes that come in different shapes.
We spent a week exploring dinosaurs all through out our centers. As part of the children’s exploration of dinosaurs, they spent lots of time playing in our dinosaur land which was located right inside our sand table…
Previously, I shared with you a couple of our domino math activities so today, I am sharing the creative side of playing with dominoes.
Exploring the five senses with this simple googly eyed drawing activity in preschool.
We spent some time exploring and tasting real apples in my classroom and of course, we just had to make an apple tree. Our apple tree may seem a little abstract but the process was fun and interesting and achievable by new little ones.
To give our students time to explore the process of mixing colors and a color wheel, we invited our students to explore water color mixing on a paper towel!