We had two different kinds of pie on our agenda but to start off our pie making experiences, we read the book “I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie.”
Today in preschool, we tossed the dice to inspire some rather unique turkey drawings!
Holidays present the opportunity to introduce new words and ideas in our classroom. This Thanksgiving, we introduced cornucopias.
We filled our classroom centers with materials that were somehow related to our Thanksgiving books including lots of feathers and beads for play!
There is something so simple yet rewarding about making paper plate pumpkins. I know, because I sat down with my class and made my own paper plate pumpkin and while making it, I realized that the process was relaxing, simple, creative, and fun…
My preschoolers enjoyed spending time exploring pumpkin seeds and playing with pumpkin seed play dough!
Come and see this simple idea for young children to be kind and share kindness with a heartprint!
Valentine’s day themed art can be as simple as printmaking with paper hearts. With just a few materials that are readily found around your home or classroom, your children can create beautiful heart-shaped prints.
Lacing cards are a fun and simple way to build fine motors in preschool-aged children, especially when they are holiday themed.
Hearts are a wonderful shape for sorting, graphing, counting, estimating, and more! Come and see how we put our hearts and minds to work as we explored a little heart math fun!
I find that at the end of any holiday we celebrate at home or in my classroom, I often have a variety of different objects left over. A fun and simple way to use up those holiday left-overs is to invite your students to make their very own “Holiday in a Box!”… To make a […]