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 Bremer's Kindergarten: stamp a letter like bingo. Students choose a magnetic letter out of a bag the place on chart students stamp letter with bingo marker Kindergarten Centers, Preschool Letters, Learning Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Abc Centers, Reading Centers, Alphabet Activities, Alphabet Bingo, Learning

Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten

Hands-on literacy centers for young learners & word work activities perfect for Kindergarten!

Phonics I-Spy Discovery Bottle – The Imagination Tree Phonics I-Spy game. Fun way to help kids practice letter sounds and keep them entertained when you’re on the go. Phonics Activities, Language Activities, Educational Activities, Preschool Activities, Literacy Games, Preschool Phonics, Autumn Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Kids Learning Activities

Phonics I-Spy Discovery Bottle - The Imagination Tree

Make a phonics I-Spy discovery bottle for hours of playful literacy fun at home, in the classroom or even when travelling! Letter learning is so much fun!

Reggio: Examining Self Portraits – A Journey Into Inquiry Based Early Learning Reggio Classroom, Preschool Classroom, Preschool Art, Reggio Emilia Preschool, Reggio Inspired Classrooms, Play Based Learning, Learning Centers, Early Learning, Learning Games

Stef Icsarescu (@IcsStef)

The latest Tweets from Stef Icsarescu (@IcsStef). Passionate kindergarten educator in PDSB ❤advocate of outdoor 💚Lifelong Learner. Canada

rotating art display - great for classroom, kid's room, craft room, etc


Add art to a clipboard for a changeable display

Zandbak: Creating a top for your sensory bin is as easy as finding some cardboard and taping the edges. By adding a new dimension that encourages spatial awareness, children will find new ways to interact with their sensory table! Sensory Tubs, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Preschool Activities, Sensory Rooms, Sensory Diet, Reggio Emilia, Sand Table, Early Childhood Education

Sensory Bin with a Hole-y Top

First, let me apologize for the very extended break I took from my blog. I am ashamed! Although, I do have an excuse... Meet my new Cinnamon Conure :-). We bought him nearly weaned, so we were rather preoccupied with feeding, snuggling, and admiring our new little creature! His name is Candy Apple. Isn't he cute??? BUT, back to business! Once again, I have 'borrowed' one of Tom's sensory bin ideas from his blog at Sand and Water Tables. He has a great explanation as to why this apparatus is…

when my classroom books fall apart,I'm going to do this. book bunting for the classroom library Classroom Setting, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, School Classroom, Reading Corner Classroom, Book Corner Eyfs, Classroom Displays Eyfs, Classroom Library Checkout, Year 3 Classroom Ideas

Where it All Goes Down:)

Jumpin in with Blog Hoppin and Where it All Goes Down Wednesday. I have posted pics previously of my classroom and have taken a few more so here's my classroom tour where my peeps and I hang all day:D This is the view from my front door. I have my kiddos in groups of 4 and 5. I like to use Kagan activities so that helps. I also have a pretty small room and groups makes it a little bigger. (at least it feels that way) My "desk", small group area, guided reading group, catch all.....my space:)…

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the occasional share from others.

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 69K likes. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the occasional share from others.

Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds: Drip-Drop Painting. Good for art, and fine motor

Strengthen Fine Motor Skills Using Pipettes and Paper Towels

Using pipettes is a great way to strengthen preschool fine motor skills, getting their hands ready for writing.

The Imagination Tree: Mark Making in Foam

Mark Making in Foam - The Imagination Tree

We did a little messy play activity today that didn’t take long and was really easy to clean up (always a bonus!) I covered a board in tin foil. Sprayed on some shaving foam. Mixed in some yellow food colouring. Did a little wondering and “wow”-ing as the foam changed colour and intensified in hue....Read More »

wool sticks to sandpaper like velcro - use scissors to cut wool - fine motor development. Have the kids create letters, numbers, shapes, simple words.