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Pumpkin seed play dough

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My preschoolers enjoyed spending time exploring pumpkin seeds and playing with pumpkin seed play dough!

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Dandelion blow painting

Dandelion Blow Painting

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.

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Exploring the seeds of fall in preschool

The seeds of fall are all around us and they make a wonderful resource for investigation and discovery!

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A day of exploring carrots

Exploring the classic children’s book “The Carrot Seed” by Ruth Krauss through all content areas of the classroom….

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Exploring carrots and a carrot seed book blog linky

Reading “The Carrot Seed” by Ruth Krauss then extending the book into our wordwall art with this fun and simple handprint carrot!

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Planting for mother’s day

Getting ready for Mother’s Day by planting seeds in our gardening center…

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Seeded playdough sensory play

Playing with homemade seeded playdough as we continue our exploration of different types of seeds!

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From seed to flower at the sticky table

Enjoying the sticky table experience as we explore the growth of seeds to flowers!

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Simple seed mosaics

Simple seed mosaics for preschoolers to make!

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Springtime easel starters

Using easel starters, our prekindergarten age children created paintings to show the growth from seed to flower!

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Counting and planting seeds

Reading, counting, planting, and playing with seeds in our gardening center!

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Exploring seeds in the gardening center

Exploring seeds in circle time and in our cardboard box gardening center…

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Exploring pumpkin seeds in the preschool classroom

Exploring pumpkin seeds in preschool through sensory play, creative art, and science…

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Exploring seeds in preschool

This activity box is filled with a variety of dry beans and pasta for a little spring garden sensory play…. If you are wondering why there is pasta mixed into the mix – I can’t really say except that it provides a little more color and texture… As with any sensory activity like this, we […]

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