Ideas for organizing and stocking a preschool block center. You can also use these ideas for kindergarten block centers and building areas set up at home! Every year, there’s a group of kiddos who love building and creating in the block center. Some years, the entire class is completely enamored with the area, and IKeep Reading
My preschool students had such fun creating collaborative pieces of art last year! A lot of this collaborative art was done on canvases and hung up in the classroom. We ended up creating enough that every child could take home a canvas at the end of the year. Are you following Fun-A-Day’s Arts & CraftsKeep Reading
I’m not huge into decorating my preschool classroom. I tend to start the year out with walls that are rather bare, except for my calendar/helpers board and my word wall. The reason behind this is because I LOVE putting the children’s work up as decorations. In fact, that’s all I like to decorate my classroomKeep Reading
Word walls are an important part of early childhood classrooms. I’ve had one in every classroom I’ve taught in, both preschool and kindergarten. They’re used differently depending on the age of the children, but they’re important nonetheless. I use them as a way to get my students learning about letters and words throughout the year.Keep Reading
With Thanksgiving this month, it’s a great time to talk with the preschoolers about being thankful. After we discussed thankfulness, I had the children work together on a simple Thanksgiving bulletin board. This way, much of what they’re thankful for could be on display for the entire month! I must admit I love using kids’Keep Reading
A fun way to display children’s apple hand print art!