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Part two of baby day in preschool!! A day of celebrating together a new baby and becoming an older sibling.
Lot’s of choices, lots of dramatic play, and lots of fun with this simple magnetic Christmas bow activity in preschool!
Having fun with bears and caves today as we explored hibernation in preschool.
I created our very own pumpkin patch at preschool so the children could go on a pumpkin scavenger hunt!
Enjoying a little dramatic play in the outdoor homemade cafe!
We had a little fun barbecue play today with our very own grill and accessories… There are several skills explored and concepts learned as we played today… Wy and I learned how to fold up our own table cloth… Tristan already knew how to fold his picnic blanket so he demonstrated this for us… We were […]
I know you will enjoy this guest post written by Julie Meighan, author of Drama Start! Role Play in Early Years Settings By Julie Meighan Role play is a very important part of a child’s education. The imagination is a powerful tool which as we know is innate in some children but needs encouraging in others. It is important […]
The preschool children loved playing with the flowers and play dough from one of our spring activity boxes!
For pretend play and to extend the Dr. Seuss story “Green Eggs and Ham”, the children were supplied with foam cutouts to make their own green eggs and ham sandwiches… The pink was for the ham, the green for the eggs, and I think the white is for the yolk, and the brown is for […]
The children have been checking out medical supplies in their continuing exploration of community helpers… In our activity boxes, we set out a variety of first aid supplies as well as toy medical tools for the children to play with… As I observed the children at play, I noticed that many of the children liked […]