I was excited to discover that the recipe for edible fingerpaint was included in the brand new book Time to Create: Hands-On Explorations in Process Art for Young Children by Christie Burnett.
Chalk paint is so simple to make and because it includes a little bit of chalk pounding, the process of making chalk paint is quite fun too.
Exploring math with these fun do-it-yourself fun math boxes and lots of stuff saved from around the school or house!
We love making fingerprint bugs and flowers and now we have a new fingerprint pad to help the process run more smoothly!
In our continued celebration of Earth day, the children explored the process of pinning the things we care for to a rather unique DIY globe!
Stop by and check out the super fun sticky board play house we made and enjoyed in our preschool classroom!
My grandson loves his cars and trucks so I thought I would introduce him to a simple version of ramps and cars this week. I started by making a simple toddler-sized ramp that he could easily explore.
Reading the wonderful children’s book, “Red and Yellow’s Noisy Night” and making our very own DIY Strummies!
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!
Get your preschoolers up and moving with these simple DIY action cubes!
Enjoying the dramatic play experience with our fabulous new DIY pizza box kitchen stove and sink!