Fall is the perfect time of year to enjoy a festival with all my students and their families! Click here to read all about our Fall Festival!
I always enjoy designing my own curriculum based on my student's development, interests, and experiences I want to provide and I love how Scholastic's magazines gives me a fabulous resource to share with my students and yet still allows room for us to take the concepts being presented in a way that makes sense or is interesting to us.
Today with our preschool class, we explored the different colors that the leaves change into as this season progresses, observing different greens, yellows, oranges, and even browns!
A really good light table can make all the difference in the classroom experience of using a light table. I am sharing about our new light table and exploring fall leaves with our leaf windows!
After tapping and blowing on our book, we went over to the table to essentially retell our story by exploring our own Tap the Magic Tabletop Tree!.
There is something so simple yet rewarding about making paper plate pumpkins. I know, because I sat down with my class and made my own paper plate pumpkin and while making it, I realized that the process was relaxing, simple, creative, and fun...
We decided to switch our regular easel paper out for paper towels and invite the children to try a little drip drop easel painting in preschool!
Yesterday I shared with you how we explored and collected the colors of fall flowers and today I want to share with you our fall flower water science.
Since our leaves haven't changed color yet we introduced fall colors by exploring the flowers of fall and soon we will explore fall leaves.
Last week, the Discover and Explore team shared some of their favorite pumpkin activities. We also invited you to share your pumpkin posts in our weekly linky. There were so many fun ideas shared! Today I am highlighting a few of our favorite posts that were linked up... Pumpkin crafts are a given during the [...]