As part of our continued focus on Earth Day, I thought I would invite my students to spend a little time exploring the many different kinds of trees we have [...]
Making our own tiny seed pods was a fabulous exploration in science, nature, and sensory play! After reading the book "Plant the Tiny Seed" by Christie Matheson, Miss Lauren invited [...]
The weather here has been cold and rainy which means instead of piles of snow on the ground, we have mud puddles. But whether it is mud puddles or piles of snow, [...]
While I prefer to stay inside by a cozy fireplace during the freezing cold days of winter, our students prefer to be outside digging up chunks of ice. So after zipping up [...]
You can't have too many carrots unless you are the rabbit in the super sweet and funny picture book "Too Many Carrots" by Katy Hudson.
With spring upon us, I was chomping at the bit to start exploring bugs, flowers, gardening - you know - all that springy stuff but my students had a different idea in mind. They wanted to do a Skeleton Day! So smack in the middle of our first week of spring, we stopped to explore the skeletons inside our bodies.
The weather is finally starting to feel more springlike so we are beginning to talk about and look for the signs of spring around our preschool!
The flannel board is such a great teaching tool when you think outside the box a bit. This week, we turned the flannel board into a raindrop measuring graph!
Learn how to make a rainstick in a bottle! Super simple and fun for children to make and explore!
The month of March roared in like a lion and has continued to be crazy weather ever since. This crazy weather system gives us the perfect opportunity to talk about the different kinds of weather all month long.