Monthly Archives: July 2011

Preschool science and sensory with balloons and water
This week, we have been exploring water balloons. Before I share this activity with you – let me remind everyone that there are wonderful...
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Quick tip for storing your preschool flannel board stories
I am always making and collecting flannel board stories and games for my classroom. I love how flannel board stories and activities can capture...
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September calendar for preschool parents
I have been playing around with calendars and came up with this September parent calendar…   I created this calendar to help build...
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Building bookshelves for the preschool classroom
I still needed child-sized bookshelves for my classroom but not any more. Over the weekend my husband built me three of them… I gave him the...
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Literacy Beginnings | Chapter 20 | Names
The most powerful and effective way for children to begin learning the complex process of learning about letters is by writing their own...
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Finding treasures for your preschool classroom
One thing I don’t have yet for my preschool classrooms are child-sized shelves. My husband is planning to build me a few but in the mean...
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DIY: I made my very own geoboards for preschool
After my husband made the sensory tables and the window easel, he had two left-over rectangular shaped pieces of plywood left over. They were the...
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DIY: Window easel for preschool
As I have mentioned before, I have been setting up my outdoor classroom and so far my husband has made the biggest difference by making me the...
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DIY: A homemade sensory table and tinker table
Last week my husband got highly motivated and built me some new furniture for my outdoor classroom. He built me a sensory table… And what I...
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DIY: Make your own dot dabbers for preschool
I love dot dabbers and as I prepare for the up and coming preschool year, I have been making my list of things I need to restock. I use up dot...
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