As the weather changes, it is a good time to naturally promote conversations and ideas that lead us to explore the weather in the preschool classroom.
Exploring beautiful ice gems in preschool…
A simple, yet engaging color mixing activity for preschoolers…
After introducing the letter Jj this week, we reinforced our new letter’s sound with some j-j-jelly bean science.
This simple winter science is just one example of keeping busy during the cold arctic days of a winter blast here in the midwest!
We are always looking for new and interesting ways to explore snow in our classroom. This one really hits the mark!
Winter has come early for us and we are embracing the snow with fun indoor and outdoor activities!
As part of our study on glass, we spent time exploring the sounds of glass in preschool!
Our pre-k class participated in exploring and creating beautiful designs and mosaics with sugar glass.
Sugar glass looks and feels almost like real glass only it is made purely of sugar. I prepared several batches of sugar glass to take to preschool and explore.
After reading “The Looking Book,” I gave each child their own pair of lookers to wear so we could head outdoors and take our own looking walk!
Last week, the Discover and Explore team invited our blogging friends to share their best science activities. We received a wonderful response and would like to highlight a few of our favorites today.. Crafting Connections shared some fantastic ways to encourage young scientists with this practical guide… Blog Me Mom shared this really cool red […]