See more ideas on how to expand the learning in the preschool classroom by inviting the children to create with lids!
Lids are a wonderful resource to invite all kinds of early learning and development. We spent the day learning with LOTS of lids in our preschool classroom!
Be sure to keep saving up those lids because you will need lots of them for lid soup waterplay!
Offering a variety of bottles and lots of lids proves to be a challenging invitation for children to solve this puzzle.
Patterning with partners is a fun and cooperative way to explore important math and language skills.
Keep a hot glue gun around in your preschool classroom and make your own magnets for the magnetic board!
Having fun with a new DIY sticky bug toy for our sticky table in preschool!
Exploring estimation and counting with our fun new estimation station in pre-k!
I had a surprise visit from little Wy this week and we needed something to do so I set out the little table and chairs I keep in my office and a basket of dishes for us to play with… Wy set out all the dishes and that is when I realized that we need […]
I have been collecting small lids from milk jugs and juice jugs. I don’t really have a lot but I keep the ones I have saved in a small plastic pickle jar that I saved as well. To the untrained eye, these lids look like… well they just look like lids. But what I see […]
I am fixing this so please check back – the links do work but I have to update pictures! Here are a few wonderful ideas posted on what you can do with lids in your preschool classroom… Just click on each picture to see the blog post!