Exploring color with our DIY Color Scopes in Preschool!
To give our students time to explore the process of mixing colors and a color wheel, we invited our students to explore water color mixing on a paper towel!
All through out the year, I give my students lots of opportunities for exploring concepts such as color mixing but along with the freedom to explore, I will often take the time to sit down with my students and walk through a concept. This lesson in color mixing is an example of such a time…
Exploring math with these fun do-it-yourself fun math boxes and lots of stuff saved from around the school or house!
Along with new growth comes an invitation to spend our morning hunting for different colors of nature and creating our own drip-drop nature paintings.
Reading the wonderful children’s book, “Red and Yellow’s Noisy Night” and making our very own DIY Strummies!
All preschoolers love to see how baking soda and vinegar react. We’ve added a new twist with our mystery color experiment.
Offering a variety of bottles and lots of lids proves to be a challenging invitation for children to solve this puzzle.
Exploring design, shapes, and colors as we explore the book “I See a Song” and the making of our own kaleidoscope designs in preschool!
A new find at the Dollar store led to a wonderful weaving process for preschoolers.
Exploring the wonderful world of cotton balls with this simple scientific cotton ball activity in preschool!
Create a little mouse magic with these super simple moving colors!