Come and explore Indiana then scroll on down to check the other posts being shared by my fellow bloggers about their own states in “Booking Across the USA!”
Twelve wonderful and irresistible rainbow ideas for kids to create and explore!
Come discover a fun new recipe for making scented invisible ink.
Preschoolers love to investigate and make new discoveries. When our snack came up missing, I knew just who to call on to help us solve the mystery.
Reading Dr. Seuss “Wacky Wednesday” and exploring wacky weaving in the preschool classroom.
Our class came to preschool and enjoyed the fun and crazy antics of the Dr. Seuss book titled, “Wacky Wednesday.”
Exploring the process of mitten weaving and extending our understanding of where mittens come from.
Reading and reenacting the Three Little Kittens through fine motor play!
Get your preschoolers up and moving with these simple DIY action cubes!
A fun way to change up the painting process is by offering different materials to paint with. We’ve had fun painting with mittens this week.
Have you ever taken the time to truly examine a snowflake? That’s exactly what we did when we tried to catch a falling snowflake in preschool.
Lining up colored craft sticks was one of our favorite activities during our study of lines in preschool.
Taping paintbrushes and crayons together creates a unique art experience while exploring lines in preschool.
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
Learning to follow directions can be fun and interactive with this multipurpose interactive bulletin board approach.
We brought some creative art into our recent exploration of measurement and length with string art!
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