St. Patrick’s Day math activities for your Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom. Fun, hands-on activities for building number sense and counting. The post St. Patrick’s Day Math Activities appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Build literacy skills with activities related to Great Day for Up by Dr. Seuss; for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classrooms; Pre-K Literacy The post Raise It Up Literacy Activity appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Welcome to a zoo full of fun and adorable handmade animals! Your little crafters will definitely go crazy for these animal crafts, especially since beautiful butterfly crafts and fish crafts are involved. I know that I enjoyed the butterfly crafts as a kid because there were always so many unique ways that you could craft […]
I’ve been making elderberry syrup at home for years. In fact, I’ve even made elder syrup for my babies. Obviously, I’m totally late to the game, but I just realized I could make Instant Pot elderberry syrup. Hello. Benefits of Elderberries Elderberries are tasty cold and flu fighters. They contain compounds that inhibit the enzyme […]
Easy to make Valentine sensory bottle for your preschool or pre-k kids! This heart sensory bottle is super easy to make for a Valentine’s Day theme. The post Valentines Sensory Bottle appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Try this fun Paul Klee art for kids by collaging cities onto a colorful chalk background. A wonderful art activity inspired by Paul Klee’s art by Catalina Gutierrez of Redviolet Studio. You know I love to pair an art activity with a good ol’ children’s book. These always inspire me to try new projects. “The Cat […]
There is nothing quite like being pregnant. The range of changes I experienced — physical, mental, emotional, hormonal — were vast and volatile. At times it seemed to stretch forever and yet it was over in the blink of an eye. My first trimester brought on intense nausea and exhaustion paired with a combination of […]
One of our favorite Valentine crafts for kids, these Valentine’s Day suncatchers are easy & fun for kids of all ages. I wanted to share a beautiful Valentine’s Day craft that makes for a great handmade gift for family and teachers, but also, obviously, a lovely Valentine decoration. Plus it uses inexpensive materials that are […]
Dental health math activities for preschool and pre-k. These hands-on math activities with a dental health theme will make learning about teeth fun! The post Dental Health Math Activities for Preschool appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Paint and decorate cardboard hearts in this open-ended process art activity for Valentine’s Day. These DIY Valentines for kids are so simple and easy to create! Hi! My name is Rachel Withers & I’m the editorial coordinator here at The Artful Parent. I’m so excited to share these easy process art valentines that my son […]
A list of non food sensory bin fillers for sensory play in your preschool or pre-k classroom. Non edible materials to put in your sensory table. The post Non Food Sensory Bin Fillers for Sensory Play in Preschool appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Heart-themed activity for steady beat, rhythm, and pattern; use for Valentine theme for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten; music and movement for Pre-K. The post Valentine Rhythm and Pattern Activity appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
By becoming educated on and avoiding the following 10 big mistakes new moms make during pushing at birth, I believe parents will have a better birth and transition to motherhood. 10 Big Mistakes New Moms Make During Pushing at Birth Before we dive in, let’s describe the goals of the pushing stage of labor. I […]
A fun, hands-on Valentine’s Day sensory bin activity for your preschool or pre-k classroom. Use loose parts and colored rice for a fun sensory experience! The post Valentine’s Day Sensory Bin appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
A snowman sensory squish bag is a great way to explore winter without getting too cold! Sensory bags are a fantastic way to work fine motor skills while exploring a theme. Preschoolers are naturally motivated to explore sensory bags through touch. Presenting them on a light table or in a window adds to the visual […]
An easy sculpture project using wood scraps that’s fun to make for kids of all ages – by Danielle Falk of Little Ginger Studio. When I saw the giant tub of timber offcuts at my local creative reuse co-op (Reverse Garbage) in Sydney, I knew I had to have a sackful! I didn’t have a […]
On Wednesday night, CNN reporter Kate Bennett, who describes herself as “on the FLOTUS beat,” took her hint from a Huffington Post article about Vice President Pence’s wife Karen titled, “Karen Pence Is Working At A School That Bans LGBTQ Employees And Kids.” Bennett tweeted, “So, lemme get this straight, the second lady of the […]
The best Valentine’s songs for kids! Your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten kids will love these teacher approved songs for Valentine’s Day! The post Valentine’s Songs for Kids appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
When the first snowflake falls, the world becomes a winter wonderland…however, as winter drags on, the cold can feel less than magical. If you live in the Midwest like I do, you’re no stranger to a bitter, beautiful winter, often asking yourself “How can it look this gorgeous but be this cold?” Don’t let the […]
2018 was a good year for pregnancy books! If you’re interested in pregnancy (or find yourself pregnant… squee!) AND love to read, you’re going to love this to-do book list. The best pregnancy books of 2018 are a solid pick that will encourage you towards a healthy pregnancy, natural childbirth, and happy postpartum. The Best Pregnancy […]