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.
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!
We are highlighting some of the best winter posts shared in the latest Discover and Explore linky!
Winter has come early for us and we are embracing the snow with fun indoor and outdoor activities!
As winter draws near, it is a good idea to begin planning for colder weather activities. We have 10 fun and simple snowmen activities to share.
Have you ever taken the time to truly examine a snowflake? That’s exactly what we did when we tried to catch a falling snowflake in preschool.
Exploring how snow melts and turns into water with this fun and simple snowman in a bag science activity!
Lots of things happening all around the preschool classroom! Hop on over and see what they are!
Before the real snow started to fall, our class discovered that a surprisingly fun substitute for snow turned out to be three bags full of large, fluffy cotton balls. Cotton balls certainly don’t have all the qualities of real snow but they are white, fluffy, and do a nice job promoting conversation and pretend play when used to create a cotton ball blizzard in a box…
Having fun exploring snow with this sensory based puzzle and fine motor play process!
Next week, I will be sharing a series on discovery bottles as my part of the Kid Blogging Network series titled “The ABC’s of…”. This series will run all throughout the week of January 7th through January 11th and there are tons of bloggers who will be sharing all kinds of posts from the ABC’s […]