Taking a closer look at things in our world through our nature window books…
Getting ready for Mother’s Day by planting seeds in our gardening center…
Simple tissue paper flowers for promoting fine motor strength and control…
Enjoying the sticky table experience as we explore the growth of seeds to flowers!
Handprints are always more fun when we get to paint our own hands in preschool!
Using easel starters, our prekindergarten age children created paintings to show the growth from seed to flower!
Check out this fun spring time art activity! But caution: It’s messy!
Creating Lois Ehlert style bouquets in our preschool classroom today. A great opportunity to explore the illustrations from the books we love!
Making a footprint flower painting with my grand baby!
Exploring flowers and plants with preschoolers!
This is the final activity we did with our flower bouquets. You can see the other posts here > painting with flowers, a flower canvas, and cutting flower stems. I have also seen many different folks share about still life drawings which made me really want to give this a try with the kids… To get this […]
Cutting flower stems in preschool Perhaps I should have titled this post “Attempting to cut flower stems in preschool” because child scissors don’t make much of a dent in the stems. However, one of our students figured out how to make this work…. These are left-over stems from our flower bouquets which I posted about […]