I feel like Easter has kind of crept up on us, not sure why, possibly just because we have been busy with our normal weekly activities. But finally this past week we have started with a few Easter activities.
Auto Added by WPeMatico
If your kids are golf or sports fans, they will almost certainly have noticed the amazing comeback of Tiger Woods to win the Augusta Masters on Sunday 14th April!
One of the best parts of spring in my preschool classroom is getting to watch caterpillars turn into butterflies. This is a wonderful way of working science into your classroom while engaging children with something they can observe first hand. Our caterpillars arrived yesterday and I’ll be taking them to my class Monday. If you […]
Preschool is all about getting children prepared for kindergarten right? I think we could debate that; I think preschool is about supporting children’s development right where they are at without some looming goal. Of course, we want to help create a strong foundation of skills, and if that’s “preparing for kindergarten” then cool, we are […]
If you are looking for something different for the classroom this spring why not explore our spring quotation activities? We’ve creative writing, analysing and handwriting activities all with lovely images that can be coloured.
We launch another new topic today.
Do you LOVE the book Some Pets by Angela Diterlizzi as much as I do? The illustrations by Brendan Wenzel are just so perfect I had to create a fun Some Pets circle time lesson to go with this book. Before we get into the lesson, I want to share an email I got from […]
Where do animals live? This habitat activity for preschool is a fun way to talk to your students about where animals live. You can use these free printables as mats at a science center or on a magnet board. In my 3 year old classroom, I popped these printables up on the magnet board and […]
We’ve extended our range of word art printables with these lovely, inspiring messages. We have colourang pages and cards, posters and greetings cards and story paper available for peace, love, faith, believe and dream.
On what would be her 372nd birthday we give you are latest famous person – Maria Sibylla Merian. This naturalist and illustrator was a trailblazer for women in science.
The fourth and final (for now) of our new life cycle topics has a summery feel – the sunflower. Life Cycles Life Cycle of a Sunflower
The third of our new life cycle topics looks at the bean.
The second of our new life cycle topics looks at frogs. If you have some frogspawn in your garden pond these resources will be perfect for you.
As promised we have for you a brand new topic – Life Cycles. We’ll start with the life cycle of a butterfly.
I love teaching children about pets because it’s a door into learning about animals in a very relatable way for young children. Great lessons build on pre-existing knowledge and experiences and pets are something many children have prior knowledge about, even if the pet isn’t their own. These books about pets for preschool and kindergarten […]
As a teacher in a Christian school, we love celebrating Easter, and I wanted to gather some fun preschool Easter activities that you can use if you celebrate Easter in your classroom or at home. Sometimes I take the value of sensory activities for granted, but if you are new to teaching you may not know […]
Colors have the power to invoke feelings of happiness, warmth, and tons of inspiration. These 21 Rainbow Crafts Sorted by Color are kid-approved ways to bring a little vibrant joy into your life. You won’t be able to find a bigger variety of rainbow craft ideas than right here. Whether you’re a teacher looking for […]
As a home educating parent of a reluctant writer trying to come up with fun ways to inspire creative writing has always been a challenge.
I am always searching for more preschool science activities to share in my classroom science table. With 2 and 3-year-olds I keep the science very basic, but I still want it to be engaging and feed my students’ curiosity about the world around them. This simple bird watching activity isn’t really watching live birds, but […]
We’ve added 10 new spring holiday themed sensory poem planners to our collection today for some seasonal creativity.