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We are working on our fine motor skills as we learn how to manage the tape all by ourselves..
Role playing with the table top fire station in our preschool class.
We created wonderful pieces of firetruck abstract art from colorful strips of tape in our preschool class!
A terrific and simple activity for promoting shapes sorting, matching, and patterning!
Tape is such a wonderful thing to keep handy in preschool. In the latest conference I attended, the Ooey Gooey lady said you should keep a roll of painter’s tape on your wrist at all times! I am inclined to agree… Using some green painter’s tape, I made a large square on the floor so […]
Wy and I had a busy new year’s night trying all kinds of fun art activities but it was also nice just to do something geared more towards using our large motor skills… I started us off by making some shapes with yellow painter’s tape on the floor. Painter’s tape is always better than masking […]
Working together to make a paper quilt in preschool.
My teacher set the colored tape, black construction paper, scissors, and chalk on the table. All I needed was a little time and the chance to do something all by myself. I concentrated on my work. The tape was sticky and I had to use my hands and my mind to figure out how to […]
On occasion, my daughter invites several young families to my house for a life group meeting. The families bring their children and when I think about it, I try to provide an activity for the preschool age children to do. On this particular evening, only two young boys came. Having seen all the wonderful ideas on […]
My fellow bloggers have provided beautiful examples and illustrations of the value of tape. I encourage you to read each of their posts on this topic but here are a few highlights. Teacher Tom shares his “tape machine” and the beautiful tape sculpture that was created on his classroom door. As two students tried to […]