Exploring the letters of the alphabet or even your child’s name with leaves!
My students and I loved the experience of exploring and observing the growth of a caterpillar to a butterfly!
Did you know you can make ice grow? See this simple ice science activity in action!
Exploring the things we can do while going out on a nature walk with our nature checklists!
The basics of science in the preschool classroom.
Before heading off for spring break, my students explored the letter Xx and the best word that I know of to examine the letter Xx is x-ray!
Spring is a wonderful time to explore butterflies and their life cycles! Today I am sharing some great ways to learn about butterflies all around the classroom…
The weather helper informed us that today’s weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy making it a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our sensory table.
As the weather changes, it is a good time to naturally promote conversations and ideas that lead us to explore the weather in the preschool classroom.
Exploring beautiful ice gems in preschool…
After introducing the letter Jj this week, we reinforced our new letter’s sound with some j-j-jelly bean science.
We are waking our bears after a long winter’s sleep. Come and see our celebration of our hibernation in preschool!
We are making caves for our bears to hibernate in all winter long.
We are stuffing bears and putting them down for a long winter’s nap for a lesson on hibernation.
This simple winter science is just one example of keeping busy during the cold arctic days of a winter blast here in the midwest!
We are always looking for new and interesting ways to explore snow in our classroom. This one really hits the mark!
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