You can’t have too many carrots unless you are the rabbit in the super sweet and funny picture book “Too Many Carrots” by Katy Hudson.
With spring upon us, I was chomping at the bit to start exploring bugs, flowers, gardening – you know – all that springy stuff but my students had a different idea in mind. They wanted to do a Skeleton Day! So smack in the middle of our first week of spring, we stopped to explore the skeletons inside our bodies.
The flannel board is such a great teaching tool when you think outside the box a bit. This week, we turned the flannel board into a raindrop measuring graph!
The month of March roared in like a lion and has continued to be crazy weather ever since. This crazy weather system gives us the perfect opportunity to talk about the different kinds of weather all month long.
My students and I loved the experience of exploring and observing the growth of a caterpillar to a butterfly!
Did you know you can make ice grow? See this simple ice science activity in action!
The basics of science in the preschool classroom.
Bubbles are the quintessential children’s toy! They are inexpensive, easy to find, and can provide hours of entertainment. Bubbles are a wonderful multi-sensory activity. Today I’m sharing 10 ways to explore bubbles in your home or classroom… Let’s begin with the bubble blowing basics. You will need some sort of bubble solution. You can buy […]
Before heading off for spring break, my students explored the letter Xx and the best word that I know of to examine the letter Xx is x-ray!
An amazing water play process that combines literacy, motor skills, and water play! You won’t want to miss the fun with this one!
In celebration of Dr. Seuss week, our Pre-Kindergarten class enjoyed the book “There’s No Place like Space” as well as a few space related activities we had set up to explore around the classroom.
The weather helper informed us that today’s weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy making it a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our sensory table.