I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for a new or unique tool for painting for making the process fun and interesting for children. These compasses that we used for painting circles really fit the bill… I’ve shared with you how we have been exploring circles and other shapes lately. Deborah picked […]
Today, we had fun putting a new spin on the gift giving process with the help of a new book and an empty box. Come and see how we enjoyed the Gift of Nothing!
Our Pre-kindergarten age children designed their own stained glass artwork using tape and paint!
Previously, I shared with you a couple of our domino math activities so today, I am sharing the creative side of playing with dominoes.
We spent time in preschool exploring the fine motor process of cotton ball painting with a clothespin!
We spent some time exploring and tasting real apples in my classroom and of course, we just had to make an apple tree. Our apple tree may seem a little abstract but the process was fun and interesting and achievable by new little ones.
All through out the year, I give my students lots of opportunities for exploring concepts such as color mixing but along with the freedom to explore, I will often take the time to sit down with my students and walk through a concept. This lesson in color mixing is an example of such a time…
A beginning exploration in the world of art with this fun and very open ended form of squeeze art.
Using puffy paint to draw sunflowers in preschool promotes the use of our fine motor skills!
Exploring the world of fish though art and a favorite children’s book!
The texture and the designs that can be made with bubble wrap is wonderful. Come and check out our printing with homemade bubble mitts.
Pendulum painting is something I thought my class would enjoy going outdoors to try so we set it up during one of our last weeks of school and gave it a go!