Lids are a wonderful resource to invite all kinds of early learning and development. We spent the day learning with LOTS of lids in our preschool classroom!
I enjoy filling our outdoor classroom with all kinds of interesting things for the children to explore and one of my latest additions was a set of DIY rainbow rocks.
After gathering a set of leaves, the children explored the leaves by sorting them on our table chart and making leaf confetti!
Since our leaves haven’t changed color yet we introduced fall colors by exploring the flowers of fall and soon we will explore fall leaves.
The children worked on developing their math skills as they played this simple domino game in prekindergarten.
Exploring math with these fun do-it-yourself fun math boxes and lots of stuff saved from around the school or house!
We’re celebrating Earth Day! A great way to show that we care about the Earth is by recycling. See how we sorted recyclables in preschool.
Hearts are a wonderful shape for sorting, graphing, counting, estimating, and more! Come and see how we put our hearts and minds to work as we explored a little heart math fun!
We added a little sparkle to the graphing process! Young children exploring the graphing process with the use of gems and rulers.
Taking a walk through our “forest” to gather up the colors of fall!
Exploring math everyday in the preschool classroom!
Exploring the wonderful texture and qualities of our brightly colored self-made M&M paint in preschool.