A DIY art frame made for hanging up children’s art!
We began our first week of preschool exploring the things we “can” do all around the classroom!
Learning about our preschool classroom and where things belong with this fun and simple “Put-Away” game!
Getting ready to go back to preschool was quite the undertaking! But it was all worthwhile!
My favorite tips for finding resources for the Preschool Classroom at either no cost or low cost!
Providing lots of opportunity for children to explore drawing, writing, coloring, and painting in your classroom means gathering up supplies to keep available in your classroom. Come on over and enter to win the Back To School Crayola Corner Give-Away!
Getting organized for a new school year has taken me most of the summer! One task has been to organize all my small loose parts for play in collection jars for easy use and finding and storage.
To help my students know which handle next to the water faucet is hot and which is cold, I always keep a supply of red and green rubber bands around!
We spent lots of time throughout the school year and through a variety of classroom centers and activities developing our pouring skills in preschool!
No matter what challenging behaviors we may face in our classrooms, it is important to remember that every child in the classroom needs to feel like he or she belongs.
Learning how to wash hands with a hand washing station! A fun way to explore and learn about the simple everyday processes in your classroom!
Have you taken the plunge into plunger painting yet? Don’t want to miss out!