Making simple patterns with apples on a sentence strip in preschool!
There are so many wonderful ways preschoolers can explore scrap wood. Stop by and see some of the unique ways we are exploring in our classroom!
Exploring the basics of graphing in preschool with the leaves of fall!
Exploring colors and shapes with our blocks on the table top in preschool!
Counting, estimating, and exploring acorns along with the wonderful children’s book “Nuts to You” by Lois Ehlert!
Exploring shapes and colors with the book “Color Zoo” by Lois Ehlert and a flannel board graphing experience in preschool!
Exploring scales and acorns at the discovery table led to problem solving, writing, counting, graphing, weighing, and sorting in preschool!
Working together to make new friends as we explored the process of making friendship bracelets in preschool!
Stop by and see this sweet idea for art and math. Learn how to make Skittle Paint!
Answering the question, “”How will my child be prepared for school if all he does is play in preschool?
Noodles bring a big variety of playful opportunities into the preschool classroom!
Exploring the term STEM and its use in early learning along with Rae Pica, Lilian Katz, and Sherri Killins.
Inviting new learning through simple materials and time to explore…
Heading outdoors to explore our very own erupting volcanoes in preschool…
Exploring more or less in a bird nest!
A terrific exercise in math and listening skills using plastic Easter eggs in our preschool classroom.
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