Teach Preschool

Investigating the parts of a spider through fine motor play
I have always wanted to try gelatin play and finally took the time to put it together using our own version of spider parts and it was totally...
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Introducing the Little Lectern from Guidecraft

Check out the Little Lectern sent to me by Guidecraft and learn how you can enter to win one for your preschoolers!

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International mud day: making rainbow mud paint
In honor of International Mud Day, I recently did some experimenting and I hope you will enjoy this mildly messy International Mud Day...
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Integrating technology into the preschool classroom
I must admit that as much as I excel in the use of technology when it comes to my own professional needs, I am terrible at incorporating...
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Inspiring outdoor playscapes
Sometimes, it is hard to think of ideas to spruce up your outdoor play area.   With summer just around the corner, I wanted to share some...
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Infant lesson plan suggestions
My number one request for information is on how to write infant lesson plans so I thought I would share some tips as well as a lesson plan shared...
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Including sign language in the early childhood classroom
Including Sign Language in Early Childhood Curriculum Co-written by Emily Patterson and Kathleen Thomas One of the keys to thriving in the modern...
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Inchworm sensory and magnet play in preschool
Continuing with our inchworm fun, the children really enjoyed this inchworm magnet and sensory play activity… I used a paper shredder to...
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Inchworm gluing and painting activity in pre-kindergarten

Making paper inchworms from the letter “i” then hiding them in the grass so the birds wont be able to find them!

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In the News: Telling a story right out of the bag in preschool

Using a story telling bag is a terrific way to promote language and literacy skills in preschool!

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