Learn about emotional intelligence with story stones! My daughter has been struggling to put her emotions into words or express them in effective ways lately so to help her better understand and articulate her feelings, so we’ve been talking a lot about
Pinner writes: I've used feely boxes for years, primarily as a hook to introduce new lessons. I like the simplicity of these. I also like the idea of using a number of them to introduce textures, shapes, etc.
We enhanced the water tray by adding a washing line. As well as wringing the clothes of water and in turn developing gross motor skills they also developed their fine motor skills by squeezing open the pegs! Also lots of fun!
These are cheap and easy to make and virtually free to make. I used non-latex gloves that were donated to me. I filled ea.
Preschool Focus Wall - This is What Happens When You Use One
This is my preschool focus wall! This preschool bulletin board shows our letter, number, shape, color, and sight words of the week. You can use this board during your preschool circle time and you won't believe the results! Click here to read more about how this weekly focus wall has helped my preschoolers or download the headers and printables for yourself!