Monthly Archives: June 2011

Literacy Beginnings: Chapter two: Building a Community of Learners
I am thrilled to be participating in the Book Study Blog Party being hosted by Pre-K Pages. Each participating blogger is taking a turn to read a...
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Setting the stage for a preschool show
I have just finished one of the busiest weeks of the year. One of the things I have been doing is creating stage decorations for the preschool...
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Making a baby footprint painting

Making a footprint flower painting with my grand baby!

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Water play nature hunt with a three year old
Water play is always a hit with my nephew Wy. I bought these little squirt bottles at the dollar store and pulled them out for Wy to play...
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Role play in early years settings
I know you will enjoy this guest post written by Julie Meighan, author of Drama Start! Role Play in Early Years Settings By Julie Meighan Role...
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Leading preschoolers towards success
Last week, after our final rehearsal for the spring show the children wanted to speak on my real microphone. I happen to have come from my news...
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DIY light table for preschool
On my wish list is a brand new light table but I have a very long wish list and not much patience. After seeing so many wonderful light table...
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Circle time: Introducing the forest to preschoolers
One way I like to introduce a new concept to young children is by filling up my treasure box with little trinkets that inspire questions and...
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Fourth of July preschool activities
Looking for Fourth of July preschool activities? I have been bookmarking activities since last year and you can check them all out by going to my...
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Making color wheels all summer long in preschool
Summer time is a great time to explore color wheels. I like to use it at an opportunity to review basic colors… The children at preschool...
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