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Masher Print Painting -Child Central Station - simple process art with kitchen potato masher Toddler Art, Toddler Crafts, Toddler Activities, Preschool Activities, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Process Art Preschool, Classe D'art, Painting Activities

Masher Print Painting

I love to print and/or paint with unusual "brushes." Today's "brush" of choice were my collection of mashers. I have a small collection (6 or 7) different manual potato mashers. It is fun to compare the different prints that they make. Some of them look kind of like bee hives. Some of them are round like "Mickey Mouse Ears." Some are kind of squiggly like worms. Others look like our blocks when they are put away. This activity was a definite hit with the children, we filled quite a few pages…

Free Kindergarten Idea: alphabet under construction letters - for learning… Kindergarten Names, Preschool Names, Preschool Literacy, Kindergarten Activities, Preschool Activities, All About Me Activities For Toddlers, Preschool First Week, Kindergarten Classroom, Alphabet Activities

this week in kindergarten

We made these Alphabet Under Constructionletters. This idea came from Growing Kinders. We drew pictures of ourselves for our hallway bulletin board... We read What I Like About Me! and made these "I Like Me" mirrors. We made Deanna Jump's jumpity jump buses... Cooking With Mrs. Raymore... This week Mrs. Raymore had the children make cinnamon rolls in the shape of the first letter of their name. YUMMY!!!

Add to block area - Making clipboards and paper available to encourage children to represent their ideas in play Reggio Classroom, Classroom Layout, Classroom Organisation, New Classroom, Classroom Design, Preschool Classroom, Classroom Decor, Teach Preschool, Science Area Preschool

Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom

Making clipboards and paper available to encourage children to represent their ideas in play

Dear Zoo literacy activities by Ibuzzybea Dear Zoo Activities, Eyfs Activities, Animal Activities, Writing Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Dear Zoo Eyfs, Dear Zoo Party, Dear Zoo Book

Dear Zoo literacy activities | Teaching Resources

Four literacy resources linked to Dear ZOO Container Label: Add the animal’s name that is in the box, Stick on animal. Either print and laminate, cut out and velcrom and use as a matchinf game or photocopy for cut and paste or writing activity. Letter to the zoo grid. Dear Zoo book: Children fill in correct animal name and description (simple and complex) Cut pages in half and make into book. You may want to blow this up on the photocopier to make the space to write in bigger!

Writing display 📝 thank you to for the fab id… - Kindergarten Literacy Display, Phonics Display, Reading Display, Reggio Classroom, Classroom Organisation, Primary Classroom Displays, Preschool Displays, Teaching Displays, Classroom Door

Miss G on Instagram: “Writing display 📝 thank you to @earlyyearsideasfrom_tishylishy for the fab idea 😄”

65 Likes, 6 Comments - Miss G (@earlylearningwithmissg) on Instagram: “Writing display 📝 thank you to @earlyyearsideasfrom_tishylishy for the fab idea 😄”

I'm all over this Moon Dust sensory tray idea -- not just for making letters, but designs of any sort. Excellent activity for Moon Day & beyond. // Mark making in moon dust - a sensory tray for early learning pre-writing Space Projects, Space Crafts, Moon Activities, Cognitive Activities, Music Activities, Literacy Activities, Moon Unit, Space Preschool, Space Activities For Kids

Erupting Moon Dust Prewriting Activity

Kindergarten Moon Unit Study We are well into unit two of My Father's World Kindergarten , and J-Bug is thrilled to be learning abo...

Play-Based Classroom: Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment. Great post on evaluating your room setup. Reggio Emilia Classroom, Reggio Classroom, Classroom Layout, Classroom Organisation, Preschool Classroom, In Kindergarten, Classroom Design, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas

Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment

My quest this year was to create a more organized, visually pleasing environment in our preschool classroom. My inspiration has come from various classes I've taken this year, inspirational teachers, cohort among local preschools, and of course, blogging! My research of other classrooms and personal aesthetic have led me to the Reggio Emilia approach to classroom environments. I do not claim to be a Reggio teacher. I have, however, learned to borrow bits and pieces from various pedagogical…