Creating thank you notes is a great way to invite students to show appreciation, develop writing skills, and think about what is important to them.
Firetrucks is a favorite of our preschool age children. We explored firetrucks all throughout fire safety week both inside and outdoors!
Our local fire department came out and shared with the children many different ways they can stay safe in a fire. We extended the concepts all throughout the week in our preschool classroom.
We are coming to the end of our week on fire safety and let me tell you, it has been one busy week! I thought of so many ways we could explore fire safety and a hands down favorite of the week was putting out fires with our DIY fire extinguishers… I found a little fire fighter […]
Reading a fun story about cookies, retelling the story then expanding on the topic of cookies as we made our own creative puffy paint cookies in preschool!
Over the past four years, I have blogged off and on about our math bags so I thought I would bring a little update to our use of the math bags this year. To begin with, each of our students have their own math bag that they take home each week and fill with five […]
A really good light table can make all the difference in the classroom experience of using a light table. I am sharing about our new light table and exploring fall leaves with our leaf windows!
Playing the bean bag bucket toss game and exploring colors in our own unique way in my preschool classroom.
Keeping up with the classroom environment is where I spend most of my time as a preschool teacher! Come and join us for the Preschool Classroom blog hop tour!
Making our own stick puppets for our daily attendance board in PreK!
We had an amazing week exploring the Apple Market dramatic play center in preschool!
How to make your own DIY lap board and ideas of what we use them for in our preschool classroom!