Inside: Looking for fun preschool Valentine’s activities? Each of these are hands-on and build skills. Comes with free printables, too! As soon as a holiday comes around, we teachers are looking for crafts. Now, don’t get me wrong. I do engage my preschoolers in crafts from time to time. But that’s not what I want… […]
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This printable spring quiet book is great for your preschool or kindergarten aged kids as it focuses on a set of basic skills. It can be either used in the classroom or in your home and as it’s an interactive learning book it’s fun for the kids. *this post contains affiliate links* Nothing is better […]
I love Pete The Cat because my students love him and while planning out some new ideas to use in my own classroom I decided to bundle them together and create a print at home digital download inspired by the super popular Pete the Cat books. These Pete the Cat preschool activities are perfect for […]
Using clothespins to hang the laundry might be boring but making clothspin crafts, especially these bugs clothespin puppets is insanely fun. These lovely little creatures will bring a smile on your child face and are perfect to use during play time or story time. *this post contains affiliate links* You don’t have to be a […]
Inside: There are so many fun toddler and preschool penguin theme ideas! We not only made penguins, but we also explored them at the light table and the exploration table. We even had fun dancing like penguins! Free printables are included. After kicking off the winter season with our snow and ice theme, we… […]
Inside: We love to kick off winter with a toddler and preschool snow and ice theme. Even if the temperature in your area is mild, these activities will invite your children to experience cold with fun hands-on ideas. Free printables included! When we return from winter break we jump into our snow and ice theme…. […]
Inside: How to put together a toddler and preschool gingerbread theme that is full of fun hands-on activities. Free printables included! The gingerbread theme is always a favorite for December. This could be a good alternative for those who don’t include Christmas in their classrooms, as you don’t need to add any holiday to this… […]
Shopping with kids always seems to have some challenges, but some tips can help you get through holiday shopping!
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Inside: The jingle bell theme is the perfect opportunity to add extra music and movement to the toddler and preschool classroom, as well as magnetic activities. Check out all the fun activities we did! We kick off the holiday season with a jingle bell theme that also includes magnetic activities. This year I found some… […]
The true meaning of Christmas is all about family and bringing everyone together. Here are some of my favorite recipes.
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Every year Brown Bear, Brown Bear is one of my students’ favorite books. I get a different group of 2 and 3 year olds every year but without fail this book is a favorite. Many of my students come to me familiar with this book and finding it in their classroom and being read at […]
A home renovation is not only possible, it could be a great way to spend time with the family.
Inside: Create a simple toddler thankful banner using colorful leaves, glue, and pom poms. A festive decoration to hang in the classroom! Comes with free printable labels. Thanksgiving is the time to focus on what we are thankful for, but this can be hard for toddlers to grasp. You might have already experienced asking them what… […]
Inside: The Thanksgiving theme is a good time to talk about what you are thankful for, as well as having fun with turkey crafts and pretend play. Come see how we’ve set up our toddler and preschool classroom! Each year we close our fall units with a Thanksgiving theme. We focus on what we are… […]
Of all my printables these printable Unifix Cube mats are the ones that get the most questions about where I got them. Well.. I made them! I include these cards in many of my thematic units including my Fairytales thematic unit ( they are Rapunzel’s towers of course!). However, I have had so many requests for […]
Kids are accident prone, especially when it comes to fun activities! Be prepared for any emergency with first aid.