Monthly Archives: May 2011

Teach Preschool in the news: exploring plants and nature

Exploring flowers and plants with preschoolers!

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Should we teach boys versus girls differently in preschool?
Let’s face it – little boys and little girls have some basic differences. They look different, they smell and sound different...
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Buzzing little bumble bee prints in preschool
This is a simple bumble bee activity box to throw together…. All you need are yellow ink pads, black crayons, and some pieces of...
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Counting and sorting bugs in preschool

This little bug activity box was simple to put together and allowed for both some color sorting and simple play!

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How to clean up the preschool classroom
To keep your classroom clean, start by keeping a broom and dust pan by the sand table at all times… And keep old towels near the water table...
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We made caterpillars in preschool
There are some activities that just look like fun and this caterpillar painting activity is one of my favorites…. The teachers set out...
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Still life flower drawings in kindergarten
This is the final activity we did with our flower bouquets. You can see the other posts here > painting with flowers, a flower canvas, and...
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Cutting flower stems in preschool
Cutting flower stems in preschool Perhaps I should have titled this post “Attempting to cut flower stems in preschool” because child...
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Painting with a bouquet of flowers in preschool
Did you save the flower bouquet for preschool? I have shared how the kindergarten class made a flower canvas from a flower bouquet that was just...
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Creating with the parts of flowers

Exploring the parts of a flower with this fun and creative activity!

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