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!
There are so many wonderful ways to celebrate the holidays with pinecones and pine needles. Today we are sharing six of our favorite classroom ideas.
In celebration of Fourth of July, we had a little discussion on taking care of our flags and then we did a little practice trying to fold them too... We talked about why the flag should not touch the ground. This brought up words like respect, symbol, and freedom... Then we all took turns learning [...]
This is a really cool and simple valentine box and matching valentine cards you can make with your preschooler. Start off with a sheet of poster board and fold it in half - long edge to long edge... Now open it back up and fold the long edges into the center leaving four creases lengthwise [...]
Today was Martin Luther King Day and we took the opportunity to explore concepts such as kindness, peace, speeches, and dreams. I had the opportunity to go to several of our classes today and share this video with the children. I liked how the video talked about MLK in a very simple way. It shares [...]
This simple Christmas tree was made by our four year olds. The children started by coloring and decorating two green construction paper Christmas tree shapes. Next, they stapled the two trees together leaving a little hole for stuffing... Next, the children gathered two tissues and wadded them up... And then the children stuffed the tissue [...]
We made pine cone trees in kindergarten but all I got to see were the final results! So here is a photo of what we made! If you want to learn more about how to make your own - you can check out Kara's post at Little Learners Lounge and this terrific post on Kiboomu [...]