Preschool Classroom Activities
Put several colors of food coloring into a container of ice cubes. When they are frozen, place two colorful ice cubes into a ziploc bag and give a bag to each child. Talk with your preschooler about mixing color combinations, and let your toddler enjoy the sensation of pushing the ice cube around the bag.
The Ultimate Guide to Hands On Toddler Activities - Brittany Estes
Invitation to build with cardboard and tape. Encourage creativity and independent thinking through open-ended play.
Opinions and Evidence
Foam Dough = Shaving Cream + Corn Starch
Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters
Making squishy fishy aquariums in preschool
Homemade elevator buttons for play and math learning. A fun way to teach about number recognition.
Sort and Count Maths Bottles - The Imagination Tree
Seashell Letter Match Sensory Bin with Coconut Cloud Dough Sand from And Next Comes L
I didn't have a full set of blocks so I couldn't use their template, but I made my own cards to fits the colors/sizes that I did have and it was a HUGE success with our pre-school co-op. My 4 yr old loved playing with them for days after that pre-school lesson and his friends that have come over to play loved it as well.
Duplo & Lego Pattern Towers Busy Bag
Toothpick and Gumdrop Construction: Cost: $1 for the box of toothpicks and $1 for each boy a giant box of gumdrops SOO FUN!!! Definitely will do this again. Great for Cub Scouts - could use for constellations or for science molecules. Fun for FHE, too!