Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom
There are days that I wish I had more space in my indoor classroom. Don't get me wrong, I am very proud of my indoor classroom. I love setting it up to be warm and inviting and I enjoy the challenge of turning small spaces into valuable spaces. Today I want to share with you
Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust - The Imagination Tree
Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-on way!
Ready or Not, Here we go!
I have had the best time "creating" my classroom for this new school year. Tonight was Orientation and tomorrow starts a brand new year. When I was a little girl, the night before the first day of school was like the night before Christmas. I loved it. Still do. Gumballs and pennant bunting...so fun! (Writing Center) "Swimmingly" Good Behavior! Pennant Name Plates! My happy place for the next 9 months! Now I just need some students to fill it up. Looking forward to making memories with them!
Unicorn Sensory Writing Tray - The Imagination Tree
Make a magical unicorn sensory writing tray for writing the alphabet, phonics, sight words and numbers in a fun way! Perfect for preschoolers and school aged kids to learn a range of literacy and maths skills and for an alternative way to practise spellings for homework! Here we are with our latest SENSORY WRITING TRAY...Read More »
Post Box Pretend Play - The Imagination Tree
Cakie has recently become fascinated with the way that the letters seem to magically plop through the door every morning and now wants to do “posting” all of the time. She asks me to open the front door so that she can go out on to the doorstep and push things through the letterbox (think...Read More »