The children spent time exploring art and science with powdered tempera paint.
Exploring color, texture, water, and temperature through our play with gelatin squares in preschool!
Tie dying chenille stems through this simple process to make beautiful stars in preschool….
We decided we were snow scientist in preschool today!
Our car painting turned into a surprise lesson on color mixing!
This is a super fun process for exploring color mixing with the colors red, yellow, and blue!
Color mixing, constructing, patterning, and exploring our color Popsicle sticks in our preschool classroom!
Making puffy paint icing for our paper cupcakes in preschool.
Along with our dramatic play with the grill, our painting on the grill, and our ketchup and mustard squeeze painting, we enjoyed some ketchup and mustard waterplay… The original intent of this water table was to wash and dry dishes (which they did earlier that day) but the boys wanted to squeeze the left over yellow […]
In honor of International Mud Day, I recently did some experimenting and I hope you will enjoy this mildly messy International Mud Day activity… Finding the right kind of dirt here to make a good consistency of mud was not easy. The dirt in my yard was hard as a rock so I stopped by […]
I am not so lucky as my sweet friend Leeanne over at Kreative Resources who managed to find a free set of plexiglass discs to use on her light table. In fact, I don’t even have a light table! But after reading several ideas from others, I have managed to make my own discs and […]
Sometimes I will come across an idea that I really love but can’t necesarily decide how I want to implement it in the classroom…. I have seen this idea a couple of times now with the first time being at Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning. I folded a paper towel into one long strip and […]