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
As promised, I have even more rhyming activities for kids today! Yesterday, I touched on simple rhyming activities that are easily adapted to meet the needs of rhyming kiddos. Today, I’m going to delve into specific ideas.
Spring means it’s time to get outside even more than usual and enjoy the sunshine! For me, it’s also a fun time to plan a flowers and plants theme for my preschoolers. We’re having a having a “Dirt and Mud Day” soon, and the kids and I are super excited! It’s a fun, messy way toKeep Reading
Combine art and crafts with literacy in this on the farm book for preschoolers. And be sure to check out the rest of my free preschool printables when you’re done here. You can make this farm book with the kids during a farm theme, when you’re learning about animals, or near a trip to theKeep Reading
My preschoolers always seem to enjoy learning about the farm! It can be about the crops being harvested, about planting seeds, about farm machines, and about baby farm animals being born. Any season of the year is a good one for a farm theme in preschool! Below are some ideas we’ve enjoyed while learning aboutKeep Reading
Today I’m over at B-Inspired Mama! I’d love for you to hop over and check out my fun spring flower math game. Shared at Discover & Explore: Flowers Done-for-You Preschool Resources Planning meaningful lessons for students week after week while balancing other teaching responsibilities and a personal life can be a daunting task. That’s where PreschoolKeep Reading
These fine motor activities were totally inspired by Little Hurricane, a two-year old I babysit after preschool.. Recently, I’ve noticed that he’s fascinated by straws — pulling straws out of drinks (usually mine), then putting them back in again. I wanted to encourage Little Hurricane’s interest, but in a way that saved my drinks!
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.
I am beyond excited to participate in “100 Days of Play”, hosted by Sun Scholars and Life at the Zoo! It began April 1 and will lead us all through tons of great ideas about how to PLAY with our kiddos. The goal is to encourage all of us parents to interact playfully with ourKeep Reading
Michelle of Delicate Construction was kind enough to provide me with a free copy of her e-book “Made By Little Hands: A Guide for Beginners”. Honestly, when I found out about her e-book, I was jumping at the chance to check it out. Michelle has so many great ideas for craft projects to do withKeep Reading