Check out this tutorial on how to make a simple large box maze that will invite your preschoolers to play!
A fun way to change up the painting process is by offering different materials to paint with. We’ve had fun painting with mittens this week.
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
I find that at the end of any holiday we celebrate at home or in my classroom, I often have a variety of different objects left over. A fun and simple way to use up those holiday left-overs is to invite your students to make their very own “Holiday in a Box!”… To make a […]
Here are a few highlights of our Preschool Christmas Party along with some games you might like to try too!
Playing our own rendition of Who Stole the Candy from the Candy Cane Jar?
We played a simple game to take a look at the textures of our scarecrows a little more closely in preschool!
Exploring “I Can Day” during our first week of preschool gave us the opportunity to discover many of the things we can do in preschool!
The Painting Cube is a great way to turn the painting process into a game as well as draw attention to each color used in the painting process.
Get outside and play this simple color mix-up game. A great way to give those large motor skills a workout!
Enjoying the wonderful book “The Listening Walk” by Paul Showers and playing a super silly listening game!
Someone left a few things that don’t belong in our fish pond : an Earth Day game and book for preschoolers!