Danielle Eygenhuysen

Danielle Eygenhuysen

Danielle Eygenhuysen
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Outdoor Art for Toddlers:  So many fun ideas to get messy creatively!  :)

Chapter 6 pg 151 talked about art and music. I liked this because it worked on outdoor projects. Often I think about art as being an indoor setting kind of mentality. However outdoors you can get messier and worry less about it.

Outdoor pond surrounded by natural materials as a prop for pretend play using water table and plastic animals at Puzzles Family Day Care. ERMAHGERD I WANT A PLATYPUS WATER TABLE!!!!!

Close up the bag when not in use? Outdoor pond surrounded by natural materials as a prop for pretend play using water table and plastic animals

Indoor sandpit at Only About Children. IF ONLY!

let the children play: 20 Playful Ideas for using Pallets at Preschool: To hide the electrical corner next to my desk in the classroom

Spider and insects.

Autumn sensory play with spiders and lentils - Fantasifantasten ≈≈

the best part of my friend - provocation along with book: "the best part of me"

Each month, we focus on a new character trait. In September, we talked about what it means to be responsible. Last year, I had a HERO board which captured students demonstrating a particular char…

Emergent writing visual with explanation.

Emergent writing visual with explanation for CSE and end of year awesome notebook

PVC Pipe Physics for Kids

PVC Pipe Physics for Kids -- Kids exploring physics concepts with pvc pipes in the water table! Lots of building fun, experimenting, giggles, and wet children! Activity to go with Apologia Chemistry for physics lesson

A water set up  at The Bing Institute at Bing Nursery School, Stanford University (",)

Water table with cups, tools on dishwasher racks (Bing Nursery School, Stanford University)

Sensory Art Play: Colorful Gelatin Castles. A nice way to make gelatin molds a little more interesting- can't believe I never thought about used sand toys!

Kids of all ages will have fun injecting these squishy castles with bright colors- great for fine motor, cognition, language, and SO MUCH FUN!