We have been singing and reading about the Itsy Bitsy Spider and my oh my this is truly a fun song or rhyme to extend into some Itsy Bitsy waterplay!
Be sure to keep saving up those lids because you will need lots of them for lid soup waterplay!
Exploring the wonderful smell of pumpkin spice and feel of pumpkin seeds through the simple water play experience of making pumpkin seed soup!
Yesterday I shared with you how we explored and collected the colors of fall flowers and today I want to share with you our fall flower water science.
When a preschooler is in the “play zone” it is best to let him explore without interruption! Exploring textured water play is just the ticket for getting your child into the play zone!
I rarely meet a preschool age child that doesn’t enjoy water play. Although any kind of water play ultimately leads to wet kids, the benefits of water play far outweigh the hassle of mopping up wet floors or changing out wet clothing…
I gathered items that would be used in a fish aquarium a set them out as an invitation to play on the discovery table!
Exploring the process of mixing colors with this very intriguing and open ended water play station!
For our exploration in boats, we read the book Little Tug by Steven Savage and then the children were invited to make two different types of boats.
As a review of the letters and their sounds, the children stirred up some alphabet soup.
Yesterday, I shared with you how we used live worms to create a worm farm. Today, I’d like to tell you about our gummy worm science.
Our students enjoyed National Dental Day through two super fun hands-on tooth brushing centers and a visit from the dentist!