Painting with Sound - No Time For Flash Cards
A simple add on changes your painting into a sensory experience . Paint with sound. Great art project for preschool.
What Do Children Learn From Nursery Rhymes? And Two Free Mother Goose Bulletin Board Crafts!
Children learn many things from nursery rhymes , and the benefits of learning with them as young children can last a lifetime! Keep re...
Side by Side Studio
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How many circles can you fill with beans before the timer runs out? Can you do it again and beat your first score?! Counting, sorting fine motor skills. Also used as an investigation area where children can use their senses to explore the different types of beans.
How Many Peas In A Pod? - Simple Graphing Activity
Kids and vegetables aren’t always the best of friends. We’ve been working hard to encourage veggie consumption at our house, but as I’m sure you know, getting kids to eat their veggies can be a challenge. My boys each have their favorite. Carrots, asparagus, and cucumbers are all top choices around here. Usually dipped in hummus, and always...Read More »
Science Display on Pushes and Pulls
I was given a group task at uni to creat a science display on the topic of pushes and pulls. As I am specialising in early years we had to aim it at the ages of 4-5 years olds. We chose to use the …
Where do seeds come from investigation.... This started out as a tray with a whole butternut squash, tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, melon and pomegranate.... The children then cut each thing open to discover and collect the seeds from inside them....(the seeds have now been put to dry so they can be planted) once the seed investigation was complete the children had great fun just cutting!!
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The Enormous Turnip
Our literacy story in Reception Class was The Enormous Turnip and there was some fantastic learning taking place. We described the characters and thought about what they might be saying in the story by looking at speech bubbles. We also drew our own story
I love that story (though I've never read it in Russian!). What a wonderful choice for your daughter to make and what fun to act out! :) I love that she dressed up! That's awesome! :D Super cute;) Beautiful story and day. I love that she picked it herself and I am motivated to find that story in a…