We spent time in preschool exploring the fine motor process of cotton ball painting with a clothespin!
As part of our fun with apples, I thought it would be a good time to set out our homemade red play dough and invite the children to practice their skill of rolling the play dough to make apples for our apple tree…
Having a set of fingerplays in your toolbox of teaching skills is a must do for anyone working in an early childhood environment.
The parachute is a wonderful way to introduce your students on how to work together to achieve a common goal. Today, my students played the hello game as we learned the basics of how to use a parachute
Adding props to playdough is just one more way to invite new interest in the playdough experience. Come and see a few of our props that we add to our playdough throughout the school year!
This simple one-inch sand-play experience invites a different kind of sand play. Affordable and Simple to set-up and open ended too!
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!