Cute Bunny Nose Masks
These totally cute and easy Bunny Nose Masks are so fun for Easter imaginative play. You and the kids can make these rabbit masks in minutes and they're super fun for popping into Easter baskets and sharing with friends.
Veggie Printmaking for Preschoolers - Meri Cherry
I love printmaking with young children. We’ve been doing a ton of it around here lately. Check out our styrofoam prints here. Printmaking is a fun, simple process art activity that kids love. This week we used veggies for vegetable printmaking and it was a mega hit from toddlers to preschoolers to older kids. […]
Fine Motor Fun Feeding the Birds
Picking up worms (wool or yarn) with a set of tweezers (bird beak) and pretend feeding them to toy birds in a basket nest is a great activity children will find motivating and fun while building their fine motor skills. Children will love to pretend to feed the birds with wool worms and create stories as they play.
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Scarecrow Fun and Turkey Time!
Here's what we've been doing this week! The students are spinning the spinner to create a seed pattern. The students made a scarecrow ...
investigating plants and flowers
This project and center came about when we were studying plants, flowers, and sequencing. You can see that our sunflowers had begun sprout...
Scarecrows from spoons 2013
A scarecrow project that I did 5 years ago with the kids was a big hit. It involved getting cheap craftstore wooden spoons and embellishing ...
Build A Dog Kennel
As part of our dog week, I thought that it would be a fun idea to build our small world dogs a kennel!! This really engaged the monster...
Play More Month - DaddiLife
Ask anyone over 30 to recount their most treasured memories of childhood play, and few will be indoors. Independent play, outdoors, and varied, is what we remember. As things stand,…
Springtime Science with Seeds
A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.