A beginning exploration in the world of art with this fun and very open ended form of squeeze art.
Using puffy paint to draw sunflowers in preschool promotes the use of our fine motor skills!
To promote teamwork in a fun and inviting way, I like to come up with creative games or art activities that my students can do together.
As part of our exploration of fish, the children created their own sparkly rainbow fish puzzles!
For a two year old, the discovery of colored glue (or any type of glue) is quite a big deal. Come and learn more about our discovery of glue!
Somewhere towards the middle of the school year, I put all of our colored tape on a paper roll holder for our preschool class to use for a project that I can’t even remember. I hadn’t intended to keep the tape on the holder but my students used the tape every day in all different kinds of ways so when you have such interest, you stick with it…
We spent the morning reading about watermelons, tasting and creating watermelons in our preschool classroom!
When I told the children that they actually can have eight legs like an octopus, they told me that this could not be possible. So I had to show them that they could!
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!
Yesterday, I shared with you how we used live worms to create a worm farm. Today, I’d like to tell you about our gummy worm science.
Using our whole bodies to weave through this beautiful rainbow made by our preschool students.
I am joining three of my fellow bloggers on Google+ today for a live video chat on the topic of fine motor skills. Stop by to tune in and listen in!