Introducing five fun ways teachers can use tape in the preschool classroom to promote learning and play!
A fun way to get preschoolers thinking and talking about letters and numbers while having fun with a little drawing and block play too!
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
Retelling the story “Mouse Count” by Ellen Stoll Walsh with our story telling props and then playing a mouse count game!
Playing our own DIY Mouse Shapes Dice game in preschool as a large group and in free play!
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 […]
Exploring peas all around the classroom and the wonderful book “Little Pea” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal!
We played a simple game to take a look at the textures of our scarecrows a little more closely in preschool!
How to play red light – green light in preschool!
A wonderful version of the DIY light table by Cynthia Tanguay!
After doing a little foil texture painting, tearing, and gluing – we played a little foil alphabet ball game.
Dawn is always so busy making wonderful games and activity boxes for the children at preschool and this is one of her latest games she put together…. She added lili-pads, frogs, and a dice… The children will make up their own rules of how to play the game… The dice is included to promote a […]