The children's book "Press Here" by Herve' Tullet is always a favorite in our classroom and I love it because there are just so many ways we can expand the book all throughout the classroom.
We recently spent time exploring "under the sea" and the children created one of our old favorite paper plate activities - the polka dot painted fish.
Our Pre-K class explored the Itsy Bitsy Spider by making an itsy bitsy play. We began by talking about four key words in our song: spout, rain, sun, and spider.
Previously, I shared with you a couple of our domino math activities so today, I am sharing the creative side of playing with dominoes.
We spent time exploring numbers and drawing lines by making our own dot-to-dots after reading the book "Chicka Chick 123" by Bill Martin Jr.
We have been exploring a broad range of under the sea and water type activities and one of our mornings was spent exploring and making the popular sea creature called an octopus!
A colorful and simple process to go with the wonderful children's book "Lots of Dots."
Making the rounds in social networking has been this wonderful post titled, "This is What Happens when you Give Thousands of Stickers to Thousands of Kids." from Colossal. This post shares the wonderful artwork called, "The Obliteration Room." If you haven't taken a look at their sticker dot covered white room yet, it is worth a quick peek! Inspired by this work of art, I created our own mini-version of this dot art process by [...]
We read the book titled, "Press Here" and then had fun making our own "Press Here" booklets!
I love dot dabbers and as I prepare for the up and coming preschool year, I have been making my list of things I need to restock. I use up dot dabbers pretty quickly so I added them to the list but then I got to wondering if I could possibly make my own dot dabbers.. Hmmm... I have been saving small water bottles for something and I decided to use them. They are fairly [...]