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!
Reading and Writing Readiness
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!
Exploring the “4 R’s” in our preschool classroom as we had fun with rainbow reading, rainbow writing, and rainbow arithmetic!
Mini-Plexiglass Easels are a terrific tool for inviting young children to color and write!
Each week, when a new letter is introduced, the teacher invites each child to come up and try to print the letter on the dry erase board. The teacher begins by printing a capital and lower case letter on the board first – she identifies each letter as she is writing them for the children […]
Parent involvement in early literacy is the key to academic success by Dr. Erika Burton of Stepping Stones Together Early childhood education sets the stage for future academic achievement. Whether you choose a pre-school setting, home school your child, or a combination of both exposure and parent modeling of literacy skills before, during and after the […]
As part of our color review week, the children tried out a little brown finger painting but instead of using brown paint, they used chocolate pudding. After mixing up a bowl of chocolate pudding, they dipped their fingers in the pudding and began making brown pudding prints on a piece of paper… To this point […]