Today, I want to share some painting projects with kids before the link-up! Engineer, my preschool students, and I enjoy painting together, and I love that paint can be used in so many different ways. Here are some of our favorites: Painting with Nature Circle Painting Apple Print-Making Preschool Portraits Shaving Cream Print-Making Watercolors andKeep Reading
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The theme for today’s Stress-Free Sunday is SCIENCE with kids! Engineer and I love science, especially messy and explosive science. Some of our favorite science with kids activities include Hatching Chicks with Children, Eyedropper “Volcanoes”, Sensory Play with Pine Cones & Tree Branches, Shaving Cream & Cornstarch Messiness, and A Multi-Sensory Experiment with Jell-O.
This month, the kiddos in my preschool were able to learn about hatching chicks. Our wonderful music/resource teacher was in charge of this project, which allowed all of the children to be involved. She got some fertilized eggs and an incubator from a local farm and set up everything in our music room. The kiddosKeep Reading
Previously, I detailed the name kits I usually make at the beginning of the school year. Here are more name activities for preschoolers that I’ve used with my students. Listed below are a variety of activities based on students’ names. Some of the activities relate to each child learning his own name. Others are aKeep Reading
Let your students dive into the process with some valentine art for preschool ideas. The kids will adore expressing their love with arty valentine activities for preschoolers. Related: 25+ Heart Activities for Kids I’m really a big fan of process art. It allows students to take the lead and show off their incredible creativity! AndKeep Reading