Today I want to share with you ten tips for making circletime an engaging and interesting experience in the preschool classroom.
Surely there is nothing that could brighten a cold winter day more than lemon drop painting. Come and see how we brightened our day with Lemon Drop Painting and more!
Playing our own rendition of Who Stole the Candy from the Candy Cane Jar?
Playing our own DIY Mouse Shapes Dice game in preschool as a large group and in free play!
We played a simple game to take a look at the textures of our scarecrows a little more closely in preschool!
We spent quite a bit of time exploring different ways you can use a box in our classroom. Of course, if you haven’t read the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis then you might not understand that any box you may have around is really not a box… “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis […]
Exploring, painting, and popping bubble wrap in preschool!
Telling the story and then inviting my entire class to join me to retell this wonderful story in a box together!
The children loved reaching in the mystery box to discover things that are living or nonliving!
Counting, estimating, and exploring acorns along with the wonderful children’s book “Nuts to You” by Lois Ehlert!
Exploring ants in circletime then working on prewriting skills as we explore ants in the salt tray!
Exploring the letter A through a little recycled artwork fun…