Make your own letters and numbers for the light table with colored glue and cookie cutters!
Exploring priorities as I reflect on my preschool year and the letter of the week.
Working on our upper and lower case letter writing in the salt tray…
The children found a variety of newspaper activities to explore in our preschool classroom today…
Making paper inchworms from the letter “i” then hiding them in the grass so the birds wont be able to find them!
Exploring upper and lower case letters with my preschoolers…
After doing a little foil texture painting, tearing, and gluing – we played a little foil alphabet ball game.
The children were exploring the letter “R” by gluing rice on the red letter… By gluing on the rice, the children are able to draw the connection of the sound of the letter “R” to something familiar, something they will remember, and something they can feel… The “R” shape was precut for the children so […]
Each week, when a new letter is introduced, the teacher invites each child to come up and try to print the letter on the dry erase board. The teacher begins by printing a capital and lower case letter on the board first – she identifies each letter as she is writing them for the children […]
Each week, the teachers at our school continue to focus on a letter of the week. This isn’t the only time that the children will explore a given letter but it is an opportunity to give a letter some special attention. This week the focus was on the letter P! I noticed that focusing on […]