Have you taken the plunge into plunger painting yet? Don’t want to miss out!
These awesome large cardboard spools are terrific for use as tools for play in all content areas!
We engineered up our own paint rollers by upcycling cardboard spools!
Real flowers are so beautiful in the classroom and before all the petals naturally fall of this set of colorful flowers, I decided to turn the petals into an array of flower petal glitter.
See more ideas on how to expand the learning in the preschool classroom by inviting the children to create with lids!
Throughout part of our school year, we began saving a few pieces of the children’s artwork so to have a sampling of each child’s work that we could display in our simple preschool art gallery… It is always amazing to me how different artwork looks once you frame it or mount it on a colored background. […]
A wonderful exploration of color, smell, taste, and creativity using one simple ingredient! Popsicle Paint!
Simple and unique ways to paint without paintbrushes!
Exploring the letter Zz by making zebra stripes in preschool!
Around here you can find bumpy balls at just about any store. I picked up six bumpy balls from the Dollar Tree for some bumpy ball painting!