Exploring the seeds of fall in preschool
Encourage new discoveries while exploring seeds in your classroom I don't think I realized how many different kinds of seeds there are to explore in the fall until Mrs. T shared with us an entire collection of seeds last week... Mrs. T. set our discovery table up with a
Weekly Round-Up: January 19
Hi friends! Happy Friday! Today was our report card writing PA day and I am so glad we get this day to write! I basically locked myself up in my room and wrote all day so I feel good about the amount I got done today! I brought some assessments and documentation home, so I'm hoping to be as equally productive tomorrow :) But I'm taking a break from COL's to share some things we have been up to this week in our class! 1. WINTER PRINTING PRACTICE My kiddos always need practice with letter…
Symmetrical Snowflake Winter Craft for Kids
Here’s one of our favorite winter crafts for kids- creating symmetrical snowflakes! Children will make various snowflakes using common craft materials like cotton swabs and white paper. This snowflake craft would be a great addition to any math lessons on symmetry, patterns, and would be a fun addition to a unit on snowflakes or winter! Follow our Math for Kids Pinterest board! …
1. Crayons on paper (US supplier here) 2. Pencils on paper (US supplier here) 3. Dot markers on paper 4. Rainbow pencil 5. Pasting cupcake patties and natural materials on paper 6. Hole punching na...
Allie Apels on Instagram: “Find it. Make it. Write it. My kids love anything that involves play dough! #canadianteachers #earlyliteracy #ctinquiry #reggioinspired…”
77 Likes, 14 Comments - Allie Apels (@joysofkinder) on Instagram: “Find it. Make it. Write it. My kids love anything that involves play dough! #canadianteachers…”
Complete Transient Art Area 4-5yrs Early Years Resources & Furniture
This complete transient art area 4-5yrs resources are packed with variation, promoting deep and complex thinking. Children can be encouraged to look closely at the detail and will begin to notice the subtle differences in colour, texture, size and shape.
How Did We Explore the Concepts of Physics in Kindergarten?
Physics in Kindergarten? Absolutely! This is why play is so important in Early Childhood Education! How else could children begin to have a basic concept of how physics works unless they have a chance to explore and experiment with it freely. Future knowledge of these concepts will be built upon the foundational knowledge developed from these playful experiences. I had come up with the idea when I had noticed that while exploring through super heroes the kids were very engaged in the…
Fall Acorn Crafty Magnets | Make and Takes
After leaf crunching and turkey making, there’s still a few projects we’re making for Fall. These Acorn Magnets are perfect for displaying the Fall craft projects the kids have made at school. Supplies for Acorn Magnets: acorns magnets – they now sell these strong neodymium magnets at Walmart or other craft stores, or you can … Continued