We explored bright and colorful M&M counting and color sorting in preschool!
Making games from pizza boxes for my preschool students to explore!
Our take home math bags open the door to lots of mathematical thinking in the classroom and at home!
By popular demand, we went on a nature hike in the woods and collected items for our sorting baskets!
A terrific and simple activity for promoting shapes sorting, matching, and patterning!
This little bug activity box was simple to put together and allowed for both some color sorting and simple play!
This morning, I had a special guest join me for my three minute segment on local Indiana Fox 59 Morning News… Tristan and his parents joined me at the news studio bright and early this morning to present my newest segment – see video below. Everyone pitched in to help me get ready… First I […]
Using homemade Easter grass and plastic eggs, the children will enjoy a little sorting game and making their own colorful bird nest!
We have been doing some serious color sorting this past week and as you know, serious play leads to serious learning… To review colors, we put together color sorting trays. This tray was a box used to hold crayons by the bulk and it made a perfect sorting tray. We simply added laminated color cards […]
This is a little game we made for our preschoolers to have fun working on color recognition… First we made a little cube and put a different color on each side – red, yellow, blue, green, orange, and purple. Then we cut out 6 large circles from construction paper and laminated them… The object of […]
Through out this week, the children have been exploring the four seasons. For one of our activity boxes, we set out laminated trees and symbols to go on the trees that represent each of the four seasons… Before playing with the four season items, the teacher brainstormed with the children about which season each symbol might […]