Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed.

My name is Deborah and I am thrilled that you stopped by.

There is much to see on this blog and my hope is that you will take your time to look around and be inspired by all the wonderful photos, ideas, tips, and information I have shared from my own classroom. 

While I am not in the classroom, you can find me in the Honey Bee Hive: Helping teachers thrive in classrooms of ages three to five!

Recent Articles

Exploring the science behind clouds
Our Preschool class explored the science behind clouds through this engaging sensory process! Miss Kaylin introduced clouds by reading "Cloudette"[...]
Our day full of watermelon seeds
Have you ever swallowed a watermelon seed? Do you know what happens when you swallow a watermelon seed? Come see[...]
Pollen inspired waterplay using water beads
  Who doesn't love some good water-play? A few weeks ago Mrs. Stewart did a study on honey bees. The[...]
Making our own chalk paint
Our class made their own chalk paint and they loved it! Here is how we made the chalk paint... There[...]
Harvesting our own honey bee nectar
Okay so we didn't actually harvest real honey bee nectar, that would have been really cool. We pretended to harvest our own[...]
Our little caterpilars
Our students love insects and really anything to do with being outside. We tapped into that interest by exploring caterpillars[...]
DIY tic tac toe
You can't go wrong with a game of tic-tac-toe! Our students love bringing anything game related into the classroom.Not only[...]
Planting beans in the science center
Our students love problem solving - especially through science experiments! One way we did that was seeing how long it[...]
Fly with us into Father’s Day
This year for our annual Father's Day celebration, we decided to discuss planes! This was inspired by one students particular[...]
Racing along the rainbow
You might be thinking, "How on earth can you race on a rainbow?" Well, let me tell you how we[...]
Sorting the mail on the magnet board
What? Sorting the mail on the magnet board? I know, a magnet board is supposed to be for magnets but[...]
Making the most of small spaces with the mailbox corner
Turning this small space into a Mailbox Corner Do you have small spaces? We certainly do so we have to[...]
Exploring the science behind clouds
Our Preschool class explored the science behind clouds through this engaging sensory process! Miss Kaylin introduced clouds by reading "Cloudette"[...]
Our day full of watermelon seeds
Have you ever swallowed a watermelon seed? Do you know what happens when you swallow a watermelon seed? Come see[...]
Pollen inspired waterplay using water beads
  Who doesn't love some good water-play? A few weeks ago Mrs. Stewart did a study on honey bees. The[...]
Making our own chalk paint
Our class made their own chalk paint and they loved it! Here is how we made the chalk paint... There[...]