We have been introducing several types of sewing processes into the mix of things we do in our classroom and these simple sewing jars have been a nice way to introduce the basic concept of sewing to our little ones... The jars are clear plastic jars that I picked up over the summer from the Dollar Tree. They originally had scented water beads inside them and were being sold as a room freshener. But each [...]
We spent time in preschool exploring the fine motor process of cotton ball painting with a clothespin!
As part of our fun with apples, I thought it would be a good time to set out our homemade red play dough and invite the children to practice their skill of rolling the play dough to make apples for our apple tree...
Having a set of fingerplays in your toolbox of teaching skills is a must do for anyone working in an early childhood environment.
Adding props to playdough is just one more way to invite new interest in the playdough experience. Come and see a few of our props that we add to our playdough throughout the school year!
This simple one-inch sand-play experience invites a different kind of sand play. Affordable and Simple to set-up and open ended too!
A beginning exploration in the world of art with this fun and very open ended form of squeeze art.
Using puffy paint to draw sunflowers in preschool promotes the use of our fine motor skills!
As part of our exploration of fish, the children created their own sparkly rainbow fish puzzles!
For a two year old, the discovery of colored glue (or any type of glue) is quite a big deal. Come and learn more about our discovery of glue!