If you want to add a little spark of curiosity to your classroom, then pick up a few Christmas boxes and you will have the simplest holiday invitation to play ever.
Come and discover the Do’s and Don’ts of Read-Alouds gleaned from “The Read-Aloud Handbook” by Jim Trelease.
Jim Trelease gives us his perspective on two different types of interruptions that take place during the read-aloud experience.
You may think that driving a toy jeep around the drive-way and developing the skills to write or draw have no connection but my two-year-old grandson would demonstrate that there is a strong connection between the two…
Exploring our names and other shapes through window tracing!
Come and see these five tips shared for taking preschool journals outside.
Come discover how our preschool children used fine motor and engineering skills to create their own salt tray mazes.
Introducing and exploring the writing and printing process through the use of salt trays in preschool…
Exploring the salt tray writing experience with our turkey feathers!
There are so many wonderful ways preschoolers can explore scrap wood. Stop by and see some of the unique ways we are exploring in our classroom!
Exploring ants in circletime then working on prewriting skills as we explore ants in the salt tray!
Inspiring young children to write by partnering tools for play in preschool…
A simple way to keep the stencils in place while tracing around them in preschool!
Exploring light and shadows with an overhead projector in the preschool classroom.
Going on a picture walk with young children to promote prereading skills!
Building up prewriting skills through the use of salt trays in preschool!
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