Teach Preschool

DIY valentine boxes and cards for preschool
This is a really cool and simple valentine box and matching valentine cards you can make with your preschooler. Start off with a sheet of poster...
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Save the valentine box for preschool
Go out and treat your self to a box of chocolates but be sure to save the box! The valentine box is more than just a box it is also an...
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P is for pink polk-a-dots in preschool
Each week, the teachers at our school continue to focus on a letter of the week. This isn’t the only time that the children will explore a...
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Cupid’s arrow teaches terrific concepts in preschool
Cupid’s arrow is a fun way to introduce a variety of concepts… We can learn that arrows point us in a certain direction like Up, Down...
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Our favorite ways to glue in preschool
Gluing with Cotton Swabs Cotton swabs make a quick and easy way of adding glue to art activities – when you are done, just throw the swabs...
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A simple sensory table for preschoolers
Years ago I took a part time teaching position in a YMCA preschool program. The classroom space was nice but we had to share the space with other...
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Where do you put the preschool projects to dry?
Sometimes, I will walk in a classroom and find activities laying all over cubbies, tables, and the tops of shelves to dry. When you have lots of...
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Learning with cheerios in preschool

We explored our numbers, counting, and the letter ‘O’ with this fun preschool activity using cheerios.

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Exploring groundhog day in preschool
We made a few work boxes for Groundhog Day that we are planning to use tomorrow. But since there is a snowstorm going on right now, it looks like...
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O is for Octopus in preschool
A drawback to being an administrator in a preschool program is that often times I have to actually “administrate” and when I do, it...
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