Plastic Easter eggs inspire this post about what kinds of things you choose to add and keep in your classroom!
I love to find things to use in my classroom that invite curiosity or renew interest in an old activity. Today, I want to introduce you to what I like to call "the reflection table."
The outdoor classroom is an exciting place for exploration and play. Come and see how we have transformed our space into an amazing learning environment.
The learning environment is such an important part of having a successful classroom experience. Today, I am sharing the highlights for my indoor classroom setup.
I hope my new students are just as excited to come to my classroom as my grandsons were today. I hope they want to explore, examine, and discover the things that I am in the process of preparing for them. But mostly, I hope that I will remember to tell my students all the good and positive things that I notice about what they are doing as we work together to learn about our classroom and build our community.
Spending lots of late nights setting up our classroom for preschool. With only 14 more days until school starts, every second counts!
This two year old is exploring the new summertime classroom set up. Come and take a tour to see for yourself!
Today I want to share with you a few ways I try to get the most value out of the bookshelves I have in my preschool classroom.
Our class came to preschool and enjoyed the fun and crazy antics of the Dr. Seuss book titled, "Wacky Wednesday."
Learning to follow directions can be fun and interactive with this multipurpose interactive bulletin board approach.