Continuing with our interest in listening, I set up the easel for my students to enjoy a little listening time as they painted as the easel.
We have been exploring our sense of hearing by listening around the classroom but we started our day by listening with our simple to make listening tubes.
Discover and Explore the five senses with this fun DIY Five Senses Discover and Explore Kit!
Having a set of fingerplays in your toolbox of teaching skills is a must do for anyone working in an early childhood environment.
The beautiful book “The Artful Parent” inspired this fun activity – Musical Chairs Painting!
Reading “Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons” then we were off to have a little fun of our own with bright and colorful buttons!
Audio recordings in the preschool classroom is an excellent way to assess and support learning. Come and learn more about audio recordings as we check out chapter 4 of “Teaching in the Digital Age”.
Exploring the sounds of music in a most unusual way in our preschool classroom…
We read the children’s book, “The Listening Walk” by Paul Showers then headed outdoors with a checklist in hand to do our own listening walk!
Enjoying the wonderful book “The Listening Walk” by Paul Showers and playing a super silly listening game!
A terrific exercise in math and listening skills using plastic Easter eggs in our preschool classroom.
The use of an egg timer to promote play and learning in preschool!