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We found a way to make a gingerbread house with candy and all and the best part is, even my youngest preschoolers could do it all by themselves!
Our class was recently invited to join in on a Gingerbread Man exchange. Come and see our exciting adventure with the Gingerbread Man exchange!
Perhaps you are one of the many who are in the process of taking down the Christmas tree. Well don’t be too quick to think Christmas has to be completely over yet!
Hang onto those holiday bows and you have what you need for two simple but great games to get kids moving!
To capture the essence of winter, my students created their very own winter in a bottle and turned it into an ornament as one of our parent gifts this year.
I collected a few different sets of bright and colorful gift tags as an invitation to make simple patterns on our home made pattern board.
Today, we had fun putting a new spin on the gift giving process with the help of a new book and an empty box. Come and see how we enjoyed the Gift of Nothing!
Put a little holiday spirit into your chalkboard easel with this fun chalkboard gift box game for preschoolers!
If you want to add a little spark of curiosity to your classroom, then pick up a few Christmas boxes and you will have the simplest holiday invitation to play ever.
We’ve been busy decorating our classroom this week and these cardboard collage ornaments were just thing our little Christmas tree needed!
We spent time tracing many different holiday symbols with the help of the lighting from our big windows in our preschool classroom!