How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook for the classroom? So fun!
This is the best site I have ever seen for printable learning.
water play with multiple activities. It would be neat to have an area where several short hoses and sprayers with containers could be attached. I'd make it longer so that children would be spaced farther apart but I like the natural look of what appears to be a wooden wall and possible wooden steps or a bench behind it to provide better access from the top.
Matching nuts and bolts....Minute to Win It game?
pulley and bucket system during construction week in preschool www.brennaphillip...
How to make your own Chef Hats CRAFT MATERIALS: White poster board White tissue paper Tape Paper clips Time needed: Under 1 Hour 1. Start with a band of white poster board 26 inches long and 3 1/2 inches high, and 3 sheets of 20- by 30-inch white tissue paper. Fold each sheet in half the long way. Make sure you write each guests name on the white poster board. 2. Gather and tape one of the short sides of each sheet along the hat band, overlapping the sheets slightly. 3. Curl ...
"empty tomb" cookies for easter- what a fun idea!
Beautiful spring craft for toddlers: daffodil sun-catchers: you will need to pre-cut for wobbler's and young Toddlers - allow/support pre-preschoolers to snip with scissors - use contact or wide clear packing tape, I got some one-time in ALDI/LIDL , snip tissue n cellophane from packaging, and help small children to assemble, after-school children be able to complete them selves Have fun :-)
Beautiful spring craft for toddlers: daffodil suncatchers
The most amazing children's song I have heard in a long time! From the Learning Station! This group rocks!
Green Eggs & Ham beginning sound activity
Fingerprint art - class project. Wouldn't this be awesome for a classroom group project for silent auction or teacher gift?
Your little chefs will love these hats! Cut a strip of heavy white paper or cardboard 3” x 25”. Glue one end of a sheet of tissue paper that measures 12” x 20” to the inside of the headband. Fit the cardboard band to the child’s head and staple. Gather the loose end of the tissue paper to the back of the band and staple in place.
Something's cooking....Dr. Jean
Green eggs for Dr. Seuss Day! (vanilla pudding w/ green food coloring, nilla wafer and a few sprinkles)