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We explored fish a few weeks ago and made squishy fishy aquarium. You can see how to make these sensory http://www.teachpreschool.org/2011/08/bright-and-colorful-sensory-bags-for-preschool/.Read more...
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We have been having loads of playing in our orange juice themed water table!
A record player is an amazing tool to explore in the preschool classroom. Come and see our introduction to the record player.
Simply Amazing How Quickly Technology has changed the landscape of the Universe. Today's kids are born into a new era of music delivery and it's wonderful to see those old records are still educating youth... albeit in a new fashion.
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We read the Dr. Seuss book "In a People House" and then spent time exploring things you can find in a people house all around our preschool classroom.
In celebration of Dr. Seuss week, our Pre-Kindergarten class enjoyed the book "There's No Place like Space" as well as a few space related activities we had set up to explore around the classroom.
As the weather changes, it is a good time to naturally promote conversations and ideas that lead us to explore the weather in the preschool classroom.
I couldn't wait to get put this lock and key game into action all around my preschool classroom.
Working together to make squares in our preschool classroom!
Here are five simple heart math ideas our prek students explored this week.
We’ve all heard of the “Name Game” song, but this is a fun large motor game with lots of different possibilities!
A simple, yet engaging color mixing activity for preschoolers…
The subject of ladders came up in my classroom a few weeks (or longer) ago and my class has been asking for me to bring a ladder in that they could climb ever since.Read more...
We have been exploring our sense of hearing by listening around the classroom but we started our day by listening with our simple to make listening tubes.
We are introducing two unique and inexpensive art materials to our class. Perhaps you even have them around your house!
For our art experience, the children spent time with the amazing process of spinning up circles in our preschool classroom.
My prekindergarten age students enjoyed talking about and making their own planets in a bottle!
Creating fluffy cotton ball clouds…
The weather helper informed us that today's weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy making it a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our sensory table.
I love to find things to use in my classroom that invite curiosity or renew interest in an old activity. Today, I want to introduce you to what I like to call "the reflection table."
Transitions can be a source of trouble in the classroom. Today, we are sharing a few tips for dealing with those troubling transitions...
Of all the painting experiences I share with my students, the one they most enjoy is anything that has to do with painting at the easel.
Exploring a new art process with a book and a pair of real chopsticks!
Tie this in with Chinese New Year! Love the accompanying book.
Exploring beautiful ice gems in preschool…
The step ladder game is a simple game that we made up and added to the end of our ladder exploration day.
Continuing with our interest in listening, I set up the easel for my students to enjoy a little listening time as they painted as the easel.
You quickly learn that if you don't want a preschooler to do something then just start your sentence with the word "Don't!". Come see what my preschoolers are saying, "Don't push my button!"