Noodles bring a big variety of playful opportunities into the preschool classroom!
See how hula hoops can create all sorts of outdoor play opportunities!
Get outside and play this simple color mix-up game. A great way to give those large motor skills a workout!
Heading outdoors to explore our very own erupting volcanoes in preschool…
Make your own simple easels to take outdoors for some outdoor easel painting…
We read the children’s book, “The Listening Walk” by Paul Showers then headed outdoors with a checklist in hand to do our own listening walk!
There are so many types of toddler development going on with time spent in a little water play!
Going on a texture walk with a young child can bring new understanding of our world and each other…
We worked together to make our own obstacle course for some outdoor large motor play!
Enjoying the last few pretty days of fall outdoors with this fun parachute game in preschool.
I created our very own pumpkin patch at preschool so the children could go on a pumpkin scavenger hunt!
The children loved using their very own checklists as they went on a leaf hunt today in preschool.
Check out the playground equipment we have in our state-of-the-art outdoor playscape!
By popular demand, we went on a nature hike in the woods and collected items for our sorting baskets!
Learning the basics of running relays and catching a ball with this fun little game in preschool…
Exploring the fun of ice painting in a very big box with a preschooler….
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