Plastic Easter eggs inspire this post about what kinds of things you choose to add and keep in your classroom!
Our Easter egg parachute game in preschool was the most fun ever!!
Planning for a big day requires some careful thought as to what the kids will enjoy doing versus what we think they should be doing!
Having fun making and dying pipe cleaner Easter eggs in preschool!
Our preschool class explored the process of cracking open eggs and painting all in one!
A terrific exercise in math and listening skills using plastic Easter eggs in our preschool classroom.
Having fun with rubber ducks after reading the fun children’s book “Duck and Goose” by Tad Hills!
There are all kinds of simple scales you can provide for inviting children to explore weight. Set out a set of scales along with a variety of items for the children to explore and compare… The bowls on the top of these scales come off which allows the children to easily fill the bowls then […]
This morning, I had a special guest join me for my three minute segment on local Indiana Fox 59 Morning News… Tristan and his parents joined me at the news studio bright and early this morning to present my newest segment – see video below. Everyone pitched in to help me get ready… First I […]
They say to keep your titles short but I couldn’t decide what to call this so I threw in the all the words that describe this activity! This is a fun little activity for exploring water and color mixing. I have written this post with examples of questions that can be asked as the children […]
Kids just love to crack open the egg when doing a cooking activity so I thought we could have a little fun with cracking open plastic eggs too.. Just add a little bit of watered down paint inside the plastic eggs… If the paint is too thick, it wont drip out very well. You […]