There is nothing like a little hockey game to get kids doing a little mark-making!This class was filled with a whole bunch of kids who LOVE to play games like [...]
Throughout the school year, we celebrated the children's birthdays but what about those summer birthdays? I have quite a few birthdays that fall right after school gets out and the [...]
During the last few weeks of PreK, I can feel the difference in my classroom. The children are all a buzz with kindergarten talk and they can barely focus on [...]
There were lots of requests to show more of our block center, so this is for you! This year we've got some master builders, so not only did we want [...]
Memory books are a wonderful keepsake that your students will treasure! My students made the sweetest Memory Books and I wish I could have shared them earlier but time just [...]
I can get so busy teaching, grand-parenting, and keeping up with the day to day demands in my own little world that I can miss important political events happening around me. My [...]
Inviting children to expand their drawing skills by adding simple drawing prompts!
What can you do with a bag of marbles and a whole bunch of left over wrapping paper tubes? Our prekindergarten kids figured out something fun to do!
Our Pre-k students explored the process of making simple patterns using crayons and a strip of paper
Ready for Kindergarten! is a comprehensive, yet clear and easy-to-follow book but I am a blogger who LOVES pictures! As a way to extend several (of the many) topics found throughout the book, my fellow bloggers are participating in a journey through Ready for Kindergarten! by expanding on and illustrating at least one topic of their choice through their own beautiful ideas and photos. And a give-away too!