My class did such an amazing job exploring this flower painting process at the easel that I just can’t help but share our latest experience!
I spent some time jotting down tips from my own experience in exploring journals in the preschool classroom.
Exploring the wonderful resource provided by Scholastic and how we use “Our Big World with Clifford” in our preschool classroom.
Today I want to share with you a few ways I try to get the most value out of the bookshelves I have in my preschool classroom.
Explore Earth day anytime throughout the year with these Earth day discovery bottles!
Creating a mini-greenhouse and planting beans! Now we can watch our beans grow in preschool!
In our continued celebration of Earth day, the children explored the process of pinning the things we care for to a rather unique DIY globe!
We took our Earth day ball outdoors on a bright and sunny day and played a game called, “Around the World!”
To continue our celebration of Earth day we created Earth-inspired pour painted rocks!
The beautiful book “The Artful Parent” inspired this fun activity – Musical Chairs Painting!
We’re celebrating Earth Day! A great way to show that we care about the Earth is by recycling. See how we sorted recyclables in preschool.
A great tactile way to review the alphabet is by making yarn letters!
A fun way to review the alphabet is by matching upper and lowercase letters on the light table.
20Moms blogger, Maggy Woodley has dropped by to share her creativity with us today and I am over at The Artful Parent sharing mine!
A fun way to get preschoolers thinking and talking about letters and numbers while having fun with a little drawing and block play too!
As a review of the letters and their sounds, the children stirred up some alphabet soup.
← Previous Entries
Next Entries →
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner
Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from DIYthemes.
© 2009-2013 Teach Preschool by Deborah J. Stewart All Rights Reserved! -- Copyright notice by Blog Copyright