Read and then press here!

The children’s book “Press Here” by Herve’ Tullet is always a favorite in our classroom and I love it because there are just so many ways we can expand the book all throughout the classroom…

Reach and then Press Here!

“Press Here” by Herve’ Tullet is an interactive picture book about dots. The children are invited to interact with each page of the book by either pressing a dot, blowing on a set of dots, or some other type action. As the children take a new action and turn the page, something happens to the dots. It’s a very cool read-aloud experience…

Read and then press here!

There are so many different ways one can expand on this book throughout the classroom so we explored lots of different processes including making dots of clay…

Read and then press here!

To make our dots of clay, the children first had to practice the skill of rolling up a square of clay between their two hands to form a small ball. Making small balls of clay is no easy task for young children but soon they figure out the right amount of pressure, rolling, and shaping to make their balls of clay…

Read and then press here!

After all the rolling, the ball of clay is then placed on top of their yellow dot (like the dot in our book) and the children then pressed down on their ball to make a clay dot…

Read and then press here!

The clay I brought in for the children to use was purchased at Hobby Lobby and is a very soft moldable clay for kids that comes in small rectangles of bright colors. I cut the clay into squares in advance so the children could keep their focus on making the small clay balls for today…

Read and then press here!

Our press here boards are laminated so the clay wouldn’t permanently stick to the boards. My goal was to let their clay dots dry out so we could use the dots for other games later. Well, the dots never did dry up…

Read and then press here!

I couldn’t figure out how to fix that either so eventually, the children just played with the clay again and mixed it all up together. Oh well, we still enjoyed the process of creating with clay and talking more about one of our favorite class books!

I couldn't figure out how to fix that either so eventually, the children just played with the clay again and mixed it all up together. Oh well, we still enjoyed the process of creating with clay and talking more about one of our favorite class books!

Links to Grow On…

Let your students press here! by Teach Preschool

Interactive Books for Children by Pre-K Pages

Press Here Movement Game by Home Grown Friends

Magnetic Sensory Bottle by  Preschool Inspirations

All pumped up for water play and moose track soap

If you want to keep a group or even one child engaged in an activity then pull out the water table or water tub and get ready to get all pumped up for water play…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

Before telling you about this water play experience, let me first share with you why we chose this water play experience.  The connection is important to my story. Over the past few weeks, my students have developed a huge interest in all the animal tracks they keep seeing out in the snow…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

The children’s interests in the animal tracks gave me the perfect opportunity to read them the story “Moose Tracks” by Karma Wilson. This book is a wonderfully illustrated book about animal tracks left all over the bed, walls, tables, and more inside someone’s house but the “story teller” doesn’t know who left the tracks. The end of the book does reveal who left the tracks which happens to be a moose.  Also at the very end of this book, there is a picture of a bottle of soap that says “Moose Track Soap” on it for cleaning up all those tracks left by the Moose…

Moose Track Soap and Waterplay by Teach Preschool

After reading the book, I asked the children if they would like to make moose track soap and of course they all said “yes!”  You should know that we didn’t get right on it. I still had to gather up some empty soap dispensers and then bring them in on another day.  I had been saving the soap dispensers from home and in the classroom for a few months but finally just bought a few empty soap dispensers. About a week later, one of my students began asking when they were going to get to make “Moose Track Soap” and since I now had enough dispensers for all the children to join in we were ready to get started…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

To make moose track soap you will want to not make the same mistakes I did so be sure to make note…

  1. Pour a good squeeze of liquid soap (can be almost any kind but we used dawn dish soap) into the bottom of your empty soap dispenser.
  2. Add a small amount of water (not a lot of water).
  3. Add liquid food color to make the water different colors.
  4. Now shake the bottle really good so you get lots of soapy foam.
  5. Set the foam filled bottle out for the children to pump away.

The reason you don’t want to add a lot of water (like you see I did in some of these photos) is because the children will pump through the water super fast and you will have to keep refilling the bottles.  If you add only a little bit of water and then encourage the children to keep shaking the solution before and during play, it will keep it sudsy in the bottle and the children will be able to pump out lots of foam which will make one bottle of moose track soap last much longer and the colorful soap foam is fun to see and explore…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

My prek kids were certainly capable of making their own moose track soap mixture once we figured out the best approach but even if too much water was added, that’s why we used the water tub for pumping out the soap…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

So now that you have the scoop on how to make “moose track soap” keep in mind that this experience doesn’t have to go with the book. The experience of pumping soap through a soap dispenser was like magic to my students. They stayed with this process for a very long time and loved it…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

And after preschool, my two year old (almost three now) grandson came to the classroom and spent a long time exploring the pump soap dispensers too…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

Pumping the soap out into the water tub gave the children an incredible work out for their arm, wrist, and hand strength…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

The children had to work on keeping the bottles from slipping in the water tub as they pumped out the soap which led to quite a bit of concentration, self-correcting, balancing, and focusing the movement of their bodies and arms and hands.  All of which are important life long skills for developing strength for writing as well as using a soap dispenser when it time to wash hands…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

And of course, there was also the component of color and color mixing as well as a little bit of soapy science as the children realized that making lots of soapy bubbles required shaking the water and soap mixture rather than adding more water…

All Pumped up for Water Play by Teach Preschool

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Links to Grow On

Rainbow Fluff from My Buddies and I

Rainbow Foam Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids

 

Christmas writing station

At Christmas time, we find ourselves naturally exploring pre-literacy and fine motor skills in so many areas around our classroom.  There are gifts to make, ornaments to hang, and presents to wrap, all which require the use of little hands.  Our Christmas writing station has been a big hit around here lately…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

When the weather became too cold for us to use our outdoor classroom, we brought our discovery table inside.  It can be challenging to figure out what to display on the table so that it is always seen as fresh and inviting to our children.  Setting out card and letter making materials seems to have done the trick…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

We have had our Christmas writing station up for several days now and the children never seem to tire of it!  We try to slightly vary the materials that we offer each day to keep it interesting to the children.  Collage materials are easy to organize and switch out of our handy dandy produce trays…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

We set out wrapping paper scraps, Christmas cards, envelopes, stickers, ribbon, paint chips, and pom poms, along with scissors, glue, and writing tools.  For our older children who are ready to write them, we also added some commonly used words and phrases, such as to, from, love, Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

But perhaps the one element that  never changes, though, is the one thing that continues to make this center so inviting for our children.  Each child has their own mailbox…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

Our “mailboxes” are our DIY friendship blocks that we created at the beginning of the school year.  They are made of simple, sturdy cardboard paper tubes.  Each child’s picture is taped to their very own tube.

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

We went back later and added the children’s names to each tube too which helped with writing letters to each other. These friendship blocks make perfect the little mailboxes for our writing station…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

The children have been busy at work, creating letters and cards for one another.  Sometimes their creations end up in their own mailboxes for them to take home.  But more often than not, the children carry on this season’s spirit of giving and stuff their friends’ mailboxes with their creations…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

Every day, our writing station stays busy with children writing, coloring, cutting, and creating…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

We will, of course, use our writing station to create cards for our parents…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

And we may even wrap our parent gifts at our writing station.  But be warned.  If you set out wrapping paper and tape, your children may just begin wrapping up classroom toys…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

Pre-literacy and fine motor skills are always important elements of an early childhood program.  But I think promoting the spirit of giving is equally important in young children.  And our Christmas writing station does just that…

Christmas writing station by Teach Preschool

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Investigating the parts of a spider through fine motor play

Our little scientists spent the last 30 minutes of our day investigating spider parts through this intriguing fine motor building process…

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

This process was simple to prepare but needs at least 24 hours advance notice to get it ready. What you see here are our “spider parts” in gelatin. I have always wanted to try something like this and finally took the time to put it together and it was totally worth it…

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

To make the gelatin molds, I simply used three packets of gelatin and followed the directions on the box. The directions said…

  • Add one cup of cold water and let the water settle a minute over the gelatin.
  • Then add three cups of boiling water (I used a little less) and then stir until all the gelatin is fully dissolved.
  • Next pour your gelatin into your containers (I used little plastic containers my mom collected over time from Kentucky Fried Chicken with a lid).

Then you can wait a bit to let the gelatin gel just a bit and then add items (like spider parts) to the plastic container or do like me and add them right away. Because I was impatient, my googly eyes floated on top and the other heavier pieces sunk to the bottom but it still worked out really well.

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

The children were totally entranced with removing the spider parts from their dishes…

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

Each child had their own spider part dish to explore but I made a few extra and some of the children explored two dishes…

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

The children used their tweezers to pull out the pieces of the spider and set them on a tray….

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

Some of the children even explored the gelatin with their fingers. It isn’t sticky but it is wet and jiggly…

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

Most of my students just enjoyed using the tweezers but whether they used their hands or tweezers to pull out the spider parts, the children were focused on using fine motor skills throughout this very interesting process…

Spider parts investigations by Teach Preschool

We had already talked about the parts of a spider earlier in our day so this process had no intended outcome other than to explore. One little guy shouted out to me each time he pulled out a new spider part – “I did it!”  Super fun!

Investigating the parts of a spider by Teach Preschool

My blogging buddy over at Fun at Home with Kids has some amazing examples and recipes and ideas for Gelatin Play that you will want to hop on over and check out.  She totally had me inspired to give our spider part investigation a try!

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By | November 7th, 2013|Categories: motor skills, Science and Nature, Sensory Play|Tags: , , , |4 Comments

Spielgaben: a new and innovative learning resource [give-away]

You may have already heard the buzz about the remarkable and beautiful new learning resource from Spielgaben but if you haven’t (or even if you have) you will surely enjoy scrolling down through the photos to see this beautiful and uniquely designed learning resource…

Spielgaben Learning Resource (give-away included) by Teach Preschool

The Spielgaben learning resources arrived at my door in a large box and after taking each beautiful and natural-to-brightly colored piece out of the wrapper and setting all the pieces out on my table, I stood back for a minute to admire them and consider what I wanted to dive in to explore first…

Spielgaben Learning Resource (give-away included) by Teach Preschool

Fortunately, the innovative designers behind Spielgaben also provide a very large and detailed 700 page online user guide for how to put the learning resources into playful learning. I decided to go ahead and print most of the user guide and put it in a binder so you could see some of the pages. You certainly wouldn’t need to print it all like I did. Instead, you could just print what you need as you are ready. Included in the online resources are all kinds of printables (Inspiration Cards) that go along nicely with each type of learning resource…

Spielgaben Learning Resource (give-away included) by Teach Preschool

So now that my guide was printed, I moved everything off to a shelf in my classroom so I could use my table to begin sampling a few ideas shared in the user guide along with the learning resources they provide. (I will most likely store the materials in the beautiful and very organized wooden Spielgaben storage case rather than on a shelf in the classroom during the school year but I am still deciding)...

Spielgaben Learning Resource (give-away included) by Teach Preschool

First up, I wanted to play with Spielgaben box #1 which consists of 12 beautifully woven “cotton balls.” Now you should know that Spielgaben goes through great lengths in their learning guide to…

  1. Walk you step by step through how to use the materials
  2. Give you tips on how to introduce the learning resources to young children
  3. And to reinforce the message that it is extremely important when introducing the materials, to go through each box in sequential order over a period of time.

I bring this up because I am just giving you a little photo gallery of some of the materials along with a look at the very beginning uses of some of the materials that Spielgaben provides and NOT a tutorial on how to use the materials. You will want to consult the user guide on your own before introducing the learning resources in your home or classroom…

Speilgaben #1: 

Spielgaben Box #1

Spielgaben #2 and #3

Spielgaben boxes 2 & 3

Spielgaben #4

Spielgaben # 4

Spielgaben 4-4

Spielgaben #6

Spielgaben #8

Spielgaben #9

Spielgaben 9

Spielgaben #10

Spielgaben 10

Recommended age range

The Spielgaben program is intended for children starting at age three going on up through and beyond the age of five.

In the Classroom

You may ask if I plan to use these materials in my preschool classroom and the answer is an absolute “Yes!” I can see lots of potential for putting the materials to good use promoting critical thinking skills in math, engineering, construction, and design as well as promoting fine motor skills and creativity in my classroom.  To see the materials in action in a classroom environment, take a look at the “Why Schools Love Us” video on the Spielgaben website!

Applying Froebel

Although the materials are being promoted as a way to integrate the Froebel philosophy into the classroom, it is important to note that as with all philosophies such as Froebel, Reggio, Montessori, and so on, it requires training and study of the philosophy to adequately implement the philosophy. To learn more about Froebel, you might also find this resource helpful.

New storage system

The Spielgaben storage system I received has since gotten a new look! Here is what the new storage case will look like (which is not shown in the photos above)…

Spielgaben-Complete-Set

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Yarning up letters!

We have been showing you different ways that we have been integrating basic concepts such as letters and numbers into our classroom centers. One more idea to add to the list is by making letters out of yarn…

Yarning up Letters by Teach Preschool

For this simple activity, we set out pieces of yarn, about 2 to 8 inches in length, and upper and lowercase letter cards.  Our children did this activity on felt boards, but it could also be done on a sticky board, sandpaper, or even a carpet square…

Yarn letters on the felt board by Teach Preschool

The children began by choosing a letter to make out of yarn.  Some of the children chose to make the first letter of their name, while others picked a card from our stack of upper and lowercase letters…

Yarn letters on the felt board by Teach Preschool

Once the children had decided on a letter to create, they pulled the different lengths of yarn from the basket to form their letters…

Yarn letters on the felt board by Teach Preschool

If a piece of yarn wasn’t long enough for a child to complete their letter, they would simply add another piece of yarn to the one they were working with…

Yarn letters on the felt board by Teach Preschool

Yarn is a wonderful material to handle and manipulate for a little fine motor skill building and a great tactile experience too!

Yarn letters on the felt board by Teach Preschool

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Links to grow on:

Y is for yarn in preschool by Teach Preschool

Easy touch and feel alphabet by No Time for Flashcards

Fun learning activities with laminated alphabet letters by Play Create Explore

 

By | April 11th, 2013|Categories: Language Arts, Letter Recognition|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

Snakes for snack

We’ve recently learned that the letter S makes the “ssss” sound like a slithering snake.  To reinforce this new letter sound, we made snakes for snack…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

For this simple baking activity, you will need a couple of tubes of refrigerated pizza dough…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

Each child had the opportunity to make his or her own snakes.   The children began this activity with a small portion of pizza dough.  They rolled their dough out onto clean trays…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

If you’ve never given your children the opportunity to play in real dough, you might consider giving it a try.  The texture of bread dough is quite a bit different than that of a nice, smooth play dough.  The texture is dense and more elastic…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

Because our pizza dough was a bit more tough to work with than a typical play dough, rolling it out was quite a chore for many of our children.    Some of our students found it quite difficult to firmly roll the dough with the palm of their hands to make it long and skinny like a snake…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

Instead, many of the children found it easier to pinch off small pieces of dough.  The result was lots of little snake eggs…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

Working with pizza dough in preschool is a great way to promote hand strength.  All of the rolling and squeezing and pinching of the dough strengthens the muscles in little hands, creating fine motor skills that will eventually help children develop the strength to grasp a pencil appropriately…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

Once the children were finished with their pizza dough creations, they placed them on a cookie sheet…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

While the children were busy playing, the snakes were baking in the oven.  Deborah took the liberty of adding a licorice tongue and eyes made out of icing to each of our snakes…

patterns, snake, seasons 125

We served our snakes with a little bit of butter, cinnamon, and sugar.  The children all deemed them to be quite delicious.  Who knew snakes could taste so good?  And lets not forget about the eggs…

Snakes for snack by Teach Preschool

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Links to grow on:

Count a mouse story telling props and game by Teach Preschool

Shape snake craft by No Time for Flashcards

Who said there was no snake in Ireland by My Montessori Preschool

By | March 23rd, 2013|Categories: Cooking|Tags: , , , , , |4 Comments

Patterning a garden

Spring is finally here!  And though our weather outside may not yet reflect it, warmer weather is on its way.  With warmer weather brings planting seeds and tending to gardens.  We created colorful patterns in our gardens…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

Our gardens were made out of just a few materials that we had around the classroom.  Our foam square “flowers” were leftover from our four seasons on the sticky table activity that we shared with you yesterday.  You’ll also need paper, crayons, and glue for this activity…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

By this time in the school year our children are very familiar with patterning.  It seems as if we can turn just about any set of items into a pattern.  During this activity, most of our children started out making a simple AB pattern, alternating one color then another…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

Once the children finished their patterns, they called either Deborah or I over so they could share their creation with us.  Deborah and I listened intently as the children recited their patterns to us.  Some of our children are ready to move on to more difficult patterns such as ABB, AABB, or ABC patterns.  We encourage those children that are ready to give us a more challenging pattern.  For the children that didn’t quite have a true AB pattern, we worked with them to create one…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

I’ve discovered that some children who make their own version of a pattern may truly have an understanding of how patterns work, but are simply bored with AB patterns.  When I see this happening, I simply encourage the child to try a more difficult pattern.  Sometimes the pattern they choose to create is also just a natural reflection of the child’s creativity…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

After the children finished their patterns, they turned them into a flower garden.  The green crayons were used to create the stems of the flowers…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

The children then glued on their square “flowers.”  Some chose to keep their patterns in place, while others decided to add all of the colors to their gardens…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

This little guy mentioned that his garden was for his mommy and that it was all roses and one dandelion…

Patterning a Garden by Teach Preschool

This fun, hands-on math activity has me thinking about patterning in my own flower garden.  Now if only the weather would cooperate…

Patterning a garden by Teach Preschool

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Links to grow on:

Making apple patterns in preschool by Teach Preschool 

Pattern towers for preschoolers by Frugal Fun for Boys

Pattern lesson by No Time for Flashcards

By | March 22nd, 2013|Categories: Mathematics|Tags: , , , , , |5 Comments

14 fun flower activities for preschoolers

Spring is just around the corner.  Flowers will be blooming as nature comes alive.  Here are 14 fun flower activities that you can explore with your preschoolers…

14 fun flower activities collage for preschoolers by Teach Preschoolers

Is this flower taller or shorter than a preschooler?  Explore measurement with child-sized flowers…

Is this flower taller or shorter than a preschooler by Teach Preschool

Creating a flower collage is a fun way to study different colors and types of flowers…

Creating a flower collage in preschool by Teach Preschool

Reuse plastic bottles with water bottle printingWater bottle printing with preschoolers by Teach Preschool

Combine literacy and art by reading Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert.  Then paint a rainbow of beautiful flowers…

Painting a rainbow of flowers by Teach Preschool

Use tweezers to dissect flowers and promote fine motor skills while having fun

Fine motor flower fun by Teach Preschool

Create beautiful tissue paper flowers using a wide array of colors…

Tissue paper flowers by Teach Preschool

Introduce preschoolers to the art of still lifes with flower drawings

Still life flower drawings by Teach Preschool

This spectacular piece of art was created with parts of flowers added to contact paper and then framed…

Creating with parts of flowers by Teach Preschool

Explore the different parts of a plant from seed to flower on the sticky table…

From seed to flower by Teach Preschool

Don’t throw out those old flowers quite yet!  Paint with a bouquet of flowers before you toss them out…

Painting with a bouquet of flowers by Teach Preschool

Create a keepsake with handprint flower fun

Handprint flower fun

Take a walk and explore nature’s color wheel

Nature's color wheel by Teach Preschool

Change up the easel experience by painting cupcake flowers on the easel

Cupcake flowers on the easel by Teach Preschool

Lastly, provide endless fun with flowers by creating a flower center…

Endless fun with flowers by Teach Preschool

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Links to grow on:

Flower stencil painting by Learn with Play at Home

Flowers on a string by Toddler Approved

Build a garden math game by Family Your Way

By | March 7th, 2013|Categories: Science and Nature|Tags: , , , , |6 Comments

Salt tray mazes

In our classroom, we have used salt trays in many different ways to promote handwriting skills.  Come discover how our preschool children also used their engineering skills to create their own salt tray mazes…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

The inspiration for this activity came from our very own big cardboard box maze.  You can read all about it here.  After playing with our large cardboard box maze as a group, we wanted the children to be able to recreate their own personal-sized mazes to explore…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

This activity is super simple to set up.  First set out trays or shoe box lids.  These mini art trays are available from Discount School Supply or United Arts and Education.  Add just enough salt to cover the bottom of each tray.  Lastly, set out straws that have been cut down to a variety of lengths.  Before the children were set loose to explore this activity on their own, we demonstrated a few ways that they could create their mazes…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

We also shared with the children a few tips and reminders about how to play with the salt trays.   We reminded the children that this isn’t a scooping and pouring activity.  Throughout the school year, we give the children plenty of opportunity to scoop and pour with a variety of sensory materials.  This isn’t one of those opportunities.  Instead, we asked that they use the salt just for writing or drawing or tracing with their fingers.  We showed the children how to gently shake or tap the tray on the table to “erase” the salt lines that they created.  With a few guidelines in place, the children are free to explore writing and drawing in the salt trays as they wish…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

Some children enjoyed laying the straws out in various patterns, while others focused on creating shapes…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

Some of the mazes that the children built were amazing!  The colorful straw mazes were complete with dead ends, forcing their little fingers to backtrack to find an alternate route…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

These salt tray mazes were a lot of fun for the children to create.  Activities that promote fine motor skills and explore engineering concepts don’t have to be time consuming or costly…

Salt tray mazes by Teach Preschool

You can create amazing opportunities for exploration with simple things found around your home or classroom.  What fun everyday materials have you been exploring with lately?

Salt Tray Mazes by Teach Preschool

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Links to grow on:

Feather tip salt tray writing by Teach Preschool

Counting activity: A maze of numbers by Hands On: As We Grow

Moon dust sensory writing tray by The Imagination Tree