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This little elf likes to sit right next to the Christmas tree!
Making our parent gifts in preschool!
Making glittery glue ornaments with our left-over glitter in preschool…
Learning to use the glitter bottles with this simple glitter on a star process…
We made a little candy cane glitter and our very own stockings in preschool…
Making ribbon trees was a fun process that added a little twist to making Christmas trees in our prek class!
These melted snowmen ornaments are simple and quick to make!
We had fun doing a little candy cane math and designing in pre-k!
Adding Christmas cards to the writing center had led to all kinds of opportunities to write and create!
Creating gingerbread houses with pattern blocks and construction paper shapes…
Learning more about what to use candy cane tubes for and what to watch for when selecting tubes for the preschool classroom.
Lot’s of choices, lots of dramatic play, and lots of fun with this simple magnetic Christmas bow activity in preschool!
Super simple and fun Christmas bow painting in preschool!
Stacking boxes and learning about kindness as we read Claude the Dog in preschool today.
Listening with our ears and singing together as we explored bells today in preschool!
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