There are so many different ways to explore a color but when you have a fruit that has the color and the color word all built into one, like an orange, it’s only natural to explore oranges all around the classroom… The children explored “orange juice” water play which was made up of water, clear […]
Following the children’s lead has led to new kinds of waterplay!
A fun summer of water play all set up in our out door water play kitchen!
What do you do if you have a kid who loves bugs? You find a book about some bugs and spend lots of time playing with pretend bugs and looking for real bugs too!
If you happen to have an extra pool noodle on hand and a water hose, then you have all you need for a very fun day of water play!
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My students enjoy making their own discovery bottles only their version is a little more simple than the ones they find sitting around the window seal of my outdoor classroom.
I like to use these sponges for art, science, math and they make a fun addition to the water play table. Check out our sponge block water play puzzles!
An amazing water play process that combines literacy, motor skills, and water play! You won’t want to miss the fun with this one!
We have been having loads of playing in our orange juice water table!
We read the Dr. Seuss book “In a People House” and then spent time exploring things you can find in a people house all around our preschool classroom.
The weather helper informed us that today’s weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy making it a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our sensory table.