Little Yellow Dress - Shiny Thoughts
Sunset at Wilderness Festival! It’s been quite a while since I was whisked off by train to Oxfordshire to experience the sweet little Wilderness festival, but I still have lots to show you! This post has got me crossing my fingers that the weather in Britain will be just as beautiful as it was today …
Cheap, easy and amazing! My class have had hours of entertainment from this.... Challenging themselves and others, working in teams and much more
Tree Homes Center: a dramatic play center that extended learning experiences while students learned about trees and the animals that live in trees or get their food from trees. This netting structure was purchased at Ikea.
The Magnolia State
This week we learned about our great state, Mississippi. The first thing the students wanted to learn was how to spell Mississippi. It didn't take them long to learn and they were soon seeing who could spell it the fastest! The students learned many great facts about our state, we made a broadcast from our class. Check it out below!! Throughout the week we did many Mississippi inspired crafts. Here students created a magnolia flower, the state flower of the "Magnolia State." We then found…
Building Houses - Three Little Pig Style
Play ideas, craft activities, preschool education ideas, messy play, sensory development for preschoolers, toddlers and Early Years.
First Grade Architecture
Architecture has been the theme for many of my lessons this quarter. My first graders reviewed what an architect is. We looked at Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water," and as with most art works that we look at and discuss, the kids were blown away with this design. During that lesson, the kids looked at the many parts that make up the exterior of a house and then designed their own. We also discussed that architect considers the land where a building will be built and so the kids drew their…