Learning to follow directions can be fun and interactive with this multipurpose interactive bulletin board approach.
We had a big day exploring the voting process on election day in preschool!
Inspiring young children to write by partnering tools for play in preschool…
Enter to win the Amazing Action Alphabet CD and Chart we used in our classroom this past school year!
Taking the word wall beyond the wall and into other parts of the early childhood classroom experience.
Exploring priorities as I reflect on my preschool year and the letter of the week.
Building our own stories through block play in circletime…
Exploring the classic children’s book “The Carrot Seed” by Ruth Krauss through all content areas of the classroom….
Working on our upper and lower case letter writing in the salt tray…
One of the best ways to promote communication skills is to hand the children tools for play…
Dramatic play leads to wonderful opportunities in learning and development. Check out our simple office and come join in the dramatic play linky too!
Charting out our Thanksgiving meal and place settings in circle time!
Telling stories during circle time with symbols and on our own with story symbol cards in our preschool class.
Use a variety of tools to help children build their writing skills!
Using a story telling bag is a terrific way to promote language and literacy skills in preschool!
Our class LOVES story stones!
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