Teach Preschool

Wordless Wednesdays: Painting with Color

Check out these great activities for color! More wordless Wednesday links are here

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Using lids to play with a purpose in preschool
I have been collecting small lids from milk jugs and juice jugs. I don’t really have a lot but I keep the ones I have saved in a small...
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Organizing your daily lesson plan materials
This is a simple way to keep your daily lesson plans materials organized as you prepare for each week of school. Gather a nice sized basket (a...
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Best toys for toddlers: An interview
I want to invite you to hop on over to Best Toys for Toddlers and check out my interview. They asked me the following types of questions…...
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Swat paint printing in preschool
Any time I try a new idea I can’t help but get carried away. These were just as fun to make as they were to paint with. Yesterday I shared...
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Making your own paint swatters for preschool

Making your own DIY Paint Swatters! Simple fun and art for preschool!

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Teaching Preschoolers at home
I would like you to invite you to come on over and visit me at Pre-K Pages blog and read the guest article I wrote on teaching preschoolers at...
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Preschoolers can serve their own lunch!
Today, I observed these preschoolers serving their own lunch. Let me begin by saying that the room was not quiet and there were a few dropped cups...
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Chalk paint and print-making with preschoolers and toddlers
For those of you following along, you know that I am on a quest to introduce the concept of painting to my little nephew Wy. I could make Wy sit...
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At play with baby: musical instruments
When baby Clara kicks the tambourine it goes “jingle, jingle!” When baby Clara kicks the maraca it goes “shake, shake!”...
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