Young Explorers Class
We began today by using our imaginations to expand on an image. Then we explored Romare Bearden's style of collage using magazine cuttings to make a frame focusing on colors and then a person focusing on human features to go inside of the frame. See our finished art below:) Jake Henry Jake Natalie Henry Isabel Olivia
LEGO Word Family Sorting
Today, I’m sharing one more LEGO activity for Toddler Approved’s LEGO Week! Be sure to visit her post to see all of the activities shared. If you’ve followed along for very long, you know that one of my favorite ways to teach spelling is with word sorts. Why? They are hands-on, developmentally appropriate, and allow ... Read More about LEGO Word Family Sorting
Good Read White Book Caddy + Reviews | Crate and Barrel
While we don't have a suggestion for what book you should read next, we do have a suggestion for where to store it. Our Good Read Book Caddy features durable wooden construction and is available in lots of colors that fit with nearly any décor. It can also be used to store toys, games, knickknacks and more.
Zooming Pens | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas
This fun toy car activity involves both art and play for toddlers and preschoolers. Simply fasten colored markers to toy cars and let kids zoom away with colorful lines.
Number Sense | Number Activities and Counting Activities for Numbers 1-20
Explore numbers 1-10 in many different ways. Preschool, pre-k, and special ed. - multi-sensory and differentiated
Number pebbles for counting and addition maths activities - The Imagination Tree
Create some simple number pebbles to make a lovely, natural play resource to add to the counting and maths manipulatives at home or school. Perfect for counting, ordering, addition and subtraction activities, as well as being freely available and encouraging play with a range of natural objects. Welcome to another in our ongoing series of...Read More »
Emergent writing and letter recognition using a sensory tray. Helps young children to feel the movement needed to write the letter without being confined to a space between lines on paper.