The study of x-rays, bones, and our bodies turned out to be quite an interesting and fun experiences as the prekindergarten age children worked to complete the skeleton of a paper boy in our 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…
Exploring the painting process with a two year old takes patience and flexibility! Observing this two year old so I can learn how to build interest in the painting process!
We recently spent time exploring “under the sea” and the children created one of our old favorite paper plate activities – the polka dot painted fish.
At just about every store I walk into, there is a set of these brightly colored rubber bands designed for a loom. See how we put our rubber bands to good use in our preschool classroom!
As part of our unit on xylophones, we invited the children to explore some simple and colorful fun with musical notes.
A xylophone is simple in design and can lead to an exploration in sound, color, shape, and of course – music.
Here are two conference opportunities to meet Deborah J. Stewart of Teach Preschool! Plus, if you are interested in hosting an exchange student in 2014 come and learn more!
In today’s post, I am sharing an opportunity to explore shapes and color through a very simple and engaging artsy experience.
I like to use these sponges for art, science, math and they make a fun addition to the water play table. Check out our sponge block water play puzzles!
This week we have been exploring waves in the ocean through our literature, art, water play, and other experiences in preschool.
One of our many ways of exploring pizzas in preschool included this simple DIY pizza toss game!
An amazing water play process that combines literacy, motor skills, and water play! You won’t want to miss the fun with this one!
Today’s simple math process was a fun way to put our math tokens to good use in our preschool classroom!
Exploring the drawing process by drawing in a frame in preschool!
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