Having fun with rubber ducks after reading the fun children’s book “Duck and Goose” by Tad Hills!
Simple tissue paper flowers for promoting fine motor strength and control…
Handprints are always more fun when we get to paint our own hands in preschool!
Using easel starters, our prekindergarten age children created paintings to show the growth from seed to flower!
Exploring seeds in circle time and in our cardboard box gardening center…
Check out this fun spring time art activity! But caution: It’s messy!
I love digging through the activity boxes that our curriculum coordinator puts together and today she had this fun little rubber ducky box… In the box there were rubber ducks and stamp pads of various sizes and colors… I thought I would give this a try and see what happens. Rubber duckies are quite fun […]
The preschoolers got a giggle out of comparing who was taller and who was shorter than the flower!
Kids just love to crack open the egg when doing a cooking activity so I thought we could have a little fun with cracking open plastic eggs too.. Just add a little bit of watered down paint inside the plastic eggs… If the paint is too thick, it wont drip out very well. You […]
Using homemade Easter grass and plastic eggs, the children will enjoy a little sorting game and making their own colorful bird nest!