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We read the story “Meet Einstein” and then explored the tools of a scientist in our preschool classroom! A super fun filled day of scientific discovery!
My favorite tips for finding resources for the Preschool Classroom at either no cost or low cost!
Did you know you can make ice grow? See this simple ice science activity in action!
Come and join us for our Summer Blog Book Study. This summer, we are talking all about challenging behaviors in the classroom! Don't miss it!
My students enjoy making their own discovery bottles only their version is a little more simple than the ones they find sitting around the window seal of my outdoor classroom.
Having a full piano or even a large keyboard isn't always possible unless you have something as cool as this rollup piano in preschool!
Simple and unique ways to paint without paintbrushes!
Exploring the letter Zz by making zebra stripes in preschool!
We are featuring 10 wonderfully simple and unique ways to weave with children!
Our Easter egg parachute game in preschool was the most fun ever!!
Bubbles, bubbles, bubbles! We are sharing 10 multi-sensory activities for the ultimate in bubbly fun!
Exploring the word "up" through a fun building block and dice game.
Spring is a wonderful time to explore butterflies and their life cycles! Today I am sharing some great ways to learn about butterflies all around the classroom…
We recently spent time exploring “under the sea” and the children created one of our old favorite paper plate activities – the polka dot painted fish.
My students and I loved the experience of exploring and observing the growth of a caterpillar to a butterfly!
Exploring the process of asking the "Question of the Day" in my preschool classroom!
We are sharing a few of our favorite backyard playscapes!
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!
I've always loved their work!
Six tips to encourage the writing process in preschool.
While I am on a DIY rock making mission, I thought I would share my DIY chalk rocks with you!
I enjoy filling our outdoor classroom with all kinds of interesting things for the children to explore and one of my latest additions was a set of DIY rainbow rocks.
I really do think this version of yarn painting in preschool is unique and is the coolest!
Plastic Easter eggs inspire this post about what kinds of things you choose to add and keep in your classroom!
Around here you can find bumpy balls at just about any store. I picked up six bumpy balls from the Dollar Tree for some bumpy ball painting!
We took an "up" walk to see if we could spot anything stuck in the trees...
Before heading off for spring break, my students explored the letter Xx and the best word that I know of to examine the letter Xx is x-ray!
Exploring the painting process with a two year old takes patience and flexibility! Observing this two year old so I can learn how to build interest in the painting process!