Have you ever invited your students to make their own graphs? Young children are so capable of doing things but sometimes, we get in the way of helping them reach [...]
We set up these recycled silver ware trays in our outdoor classroom for our students to explore sorting painted stones. We prompted our students with one simple question: How can [...]
Have you ever swallowed a watermelon seed? Do you know what happens when you swallow a watermelon seed? Come see our day on watermelons and how we explored watermelon seeds! [...]
The Magnet Board If you happen to have a magnet board, you might be looking for something extra you can do with it. How about turning your magnet board into [...]
I have a nice collection of holiday trinkets that I have built up over my years of teaching and these trinkets make wonderful loose parts for play and exploration around [...]
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!
We are reviewing the book "End of the Rainbow Fruit Salad" and giving away one free copy so check it out!
Hearts are a wonderful shape for sorting, graphing, counting, estimating, and more! Come and see how we put our hearts and minds to work as we explored a little heart math fun!
We added a little sparkle to the graphing process! Young children exploring the graphing process with the use of gems and rulers.
Exploring the basics of graphing in preschool with the leaves of fall!