What do you do if you have a kid who loves bugs? You find a book about some bugs and spend lots of time playing with pretend bugs and looking for real bugs too!
We love making fingerprint bugs and flowers and now we have a new fingerprint pad to help the process run more smoothly!
Come and see these five tips shared for taking preschool journals outside.
Having fun with a new DIY sticky bug toy for our sticky table in preschool!
Exploring many wonderful sensory experiences through shave cream play including the addition of some water beads!
Continuing with our inchworm fun, the children really enjoyed this inchworm magnet and sensory play activity... I used a paper shredder to make some green "grass" from construction paper. I think I cut up about 5 sheets of paper to get all of this paper. For the inchworms, Miss Abby helped me cut up some green pipe cleaners and then bend them up and down a bit... Because the pipe cleaners are magnetic, we also [...]
This little bug activity box was simple to put together and allowed for both some color sorting and simple play!
I thought I would repost this collection of buggy ideas I found from last year... Bugs and Critters
When I fill a sensory table, I usually have everything already in it that I think the children would like to play with but today, I just set out set out different items for Tristan to choose from... I set out a basket of rocks, some colorful green rice, a pile of plastic bugs, paint brushes, plastic laundry lids (for cups), and a set of scales... Tristan poured the rice in the sensory table first... [...]