Monthly Archives: June 2012

Play dough color surprise and play dough Ice cream cones

For our part of the play dough pledge, our class cooked up some play dough and then enjoyed a play dough colorful surprise!

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What does STEM look like in preschool and what is STEM anyway?

Exploring the term STEM and its use in early learning along with Rae Pica, Lilian Katz, and Sherri Killins.

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Building our very own cars in preschool

A super simple book and idea for exploring the parts of a car with preschool age children!

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Painting without the brush

Exploring the preschool painting experience without a brush!

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How to make toddler tubes

A simple DIY toddler tube for all kinds of toddler play!

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DIY play dough magnets for the magnetic board

Keep a hot glue gun around in your preschool classroom and make your own magnets for the magnetic board!

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A wonderful collection of Eric Carle books and activities

Come and see this wonderful collection of Eric Carle books and activities!

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Powder paint science and art

The children spent time exploring art and science with powdered tempera paint.

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Exploring the paint brush

An artist needs to know his tools before he is ready to create!

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Torn paper grouchy ladybugs

Exploring the wonderful books of Eric Carle. Today, we are reading “The Grouchy Ladybug” and making our own ladybugs too!

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