Create a little mouse magic with these super simple moving colors!
Exploring gears as we take a look at the inside and outside of robots in preschool!
Having fine motor fun and discovering the mechanics of bubble gum machines from the dollar store!
Working on our fine motor skills, patterning, and counting as we had more fun with bright and colorful buttons!
The seeds of fall are all around us and they make a wonderful resource for investigation and discovery!
Counting, estimating, and exploring acorns along with the wonderful children’s book “Nuts to You” by Lois Ehlert!
Exploring ants in circletime then working on prewriting skills as we explore ants in the salt tray!
Exploring scales and acorns at the discovery table led to problem solving, writing, counting, graphing, weighing, and sorting in preschool!
Working together to make new friends as we explored the process of making friendship bracelets in preschool!
Exploring the perfect square and the process of tearing, gluing, creating, and writing our names in preschool.
Exploring squeezable colored water play fun in preschool!
Exploring the process for using a squeezable glue bottle as we also make beautiful colored glue designs!
Our very first experience exploring our glue bottles and brushes in preschool.
Collecting, counting, and tweezing acorns in the summer time – isn’t this supposed to be a fall activity?
Wooden puzzle pieces make a wonderful game when you add a Kleenex box!
A simple way to keep the stencils in place while tracing around them in preschool!
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