I love offering the children everyday, simple things, like Qtips, to design and create with. I always hope that by supplying the children common household products, they might even be inspired to try the activities at home.
Stop on by and check out our exploration of popsicle patterns, lines, and designs in our preschool classroom!
We recently introduced the letter Kk, and with Valentine’s day coming soon, we thought it was most appropriate to explore hugs and KISSES.
I collected a few different sets of bright and colorful gift tags as an invitation to make simple patterns on our home made pattern board.
The children worked on developing their math skills as they played this simple domino game in prekindergarten.
Our Pre-k students explored the process of making simple patterns using crayons and a strip of paper
Exploring math with these fun do-it-yourself fun math boxes and lots of stuff saved from around the school or house!
Our preschoolers explored and created colorful patterns in our paper flower gardens.
Patterning with partners is a fun and cooperative way to explore important math and language skills.
Bright and colorful feathers are a fun addition to the preschool classroom. See how we made one turkey happy with this simple and fun sticky paper patterning process.
Working on our fine motor skills, patterning, and counting as we had more fun with bright and colorful buttons!
Making simple patterns with apples on a sentence strip in preschool!