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While I read the classic tale of “Harold and the Purple Crayon” to my students, I invited them to tell me their own purple crayon story.
The children had fun using jumbo sized crayons to stir up a colorful design through sensory coloring!
Our Pre-k students explored the process of making simple patterns using crayons and a strip of paper
Taping paintbrushes and crayons together creates a unique art experience while exploring lines in preschool.
Did you know a leaf can be much more than just a leaf? Come and see what our leaves turned out to be!
Exploring shapes and the property of oil on paper in preschool…
Reading and coloring with a purple crayon just like Harold did!
Beautiful melted crayon art canvases made by our Prek class!
Our class LOVED exploring crayon melting and making leaves. This was an idea we will definitely be trying again this year.
Our students love to color so we thought during our color review week, we would mix it up a little and let them try coloring with crayon bundles…. In almost every case, the children began by making the crayons go round and round on their paper… Trying to get all the crayons to touch the […]
If you are planning a road trip or just need to keep a preschooler busy – try making a Busy Book! This busy book is My Crayon Busy Book… To make the Crayon Busy Book you will need 3-ring binder, some crayons, some paper, and sticky-back velcro. I used the velcro to attach the crayons […]