doctor birthday party
I’ve finally organized Juliet’s doctor party photos and I thought I’d share them today. When we sent out the invitations, we asked the guests to bring a doll or stuffed animal as a “patient”. Several kids brought their own doctor kits as well. I went with a red, white, and pink color scheme. The main …
I can't remember where I saw this...Teacher Wife perhaps? Yes, Teacher Wife just posted on this HM Unit in 2nd Grade, which BTW was my favorite unit when I taught 2nd grade. (*sigh* I miss having HM...). See her post here. Just thought I'd document my attempt. The pics are all out of order! Blogging from my phone has its disadvantages I guess... My daughter just came up with a great idea, project a forest background and find a crackling fire sound file to play. Genius! Happy Wednesday…
Children's Play X-Rays that can be printed at home!
These Children's Play X-Rays are perfect for kids interested in skeletons! Includes 9 play x-rays that can be printed on vellum and enjoyed!
Investigating Castles: Part 2 (Comparing Past and Present)
This week was a short week due to a holiday and a snow day, but it gave us enough time to dive into how life was different in the Medieval days compared to today! Through our research, we have found out that things were very different in those days! To show how things were different, we decided to turn the inside of our room into a great hall. We created a Then/Now T-chart to organize the differences we had learned. Unfortunately I forgot to get a picture of it. Then we used it to decide…
Pet Store Dramatic Play - Pocket of Preschool
Children–and adults, too–love animals! Inviting children to share their love and fascination with animals in the classroom environment is always a win! Our theme this month is PETS! It’s always a fun and favorite theme for little learners to explore! Students can help create as MANY props as possible in the Pet Store! The more...Read More