We have been exploring our sense of hearing by listening around the classroom but we started our day by listening with our simple to make listening tubes.
What can you do with a bag of marbles and a whole bunch of left over wrapping paper tubes? Our prekindergarten kids figured out something fun to do!
Our Pre-kindergarten age children designed their own stained glass artwork using tape and paint!
As part of our fun with apples, I thought it would be a good time to set out our homemade red play dough and invite the children to practice their skill of rolling the play dough to make apples for our apple tree…
Introducing five fun ways teachers can use tape in the preschool classroom to promote learning and play!
Somewhere towards the middle of the school year, I put all of our colored tape on a paper roll holder for our preschool class to use for a project that I can’t even remember. I hadn’t intended to keep the tape on the holder but my students used the tape every day in all different kinds of ways so when you have such interest, you stick with it…
Creating a mini-greenhouse and planting beans! Now we can watch our beans grow in preschool!
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
Introducing the artful process of tape rubbings as we continue our exploration of kaleidoscopes in preschool.
Continuing with our morning of fixing things by fixing plates, knives, forks, spoons, and a few pictures too!
Building on the book “Fix-It” by David McPhail, the children explore different tools that they can use to fix things in our preschool classroom.
Before sharing this simple torn paper strip sticky collage with the children, I told them that we needed to work on building stronger hands and fingers and one of the best ways to do that, is by tearing up some paper… To prepare for our paper strip sticky collage, Mrs. Courtney put three strips of […]