This year we had more dandelions than I have ever seen surrounding our wooded area so we put all those dandelions to good work in our preschool classroom.
We took our Earth day ball outdoors on a bright and sunny day and played a game called, “Around the World!”
Have you ever taken the time to truly examine a snowflake? That’s exactly what we did when we tried to catch a falling snowflake in preschool.
Dreading those cold winter days? See how just spending a few minutes outdoors can make your whole day a better, happier experience.
Taking a walk through our “forest” to gather up the colors of fall!
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!
Introducing the basics of a relay race to preschool age children with this stack the box relay!
Counting and drawing our own ants and exploring our outdoor log maze too!
Taking our cans outside to play a preschool version of “Kick the Can” on “I Can Day!”
Noodles bring a big variety of playful opportunities into the preschool classroom!
See how hula hoops can create all sorts of outdoor play opportunities!
Get outside and play this simple color mix-up game. A great way to give those large motor skills a workout!
Going outside to take a close look at nature with these DIY nature windows.
Heading outdoors to explore our very own erupting volcanoes in preschool…
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!
Going on a texture walk with a young child can bring new understanding of our world and each other…
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