Deborah J. Stewart on Instagram: ““We made purple. Shiny Purple.” “We made brown!” - These are the comments I heard as the children painted together. - While I’m interested…”
2,218 Likes, 109 Comments - Deborah J. Stewart (@teachpreschool) on Instagram: ““We made purple. Shiny Purple.” “We made brown!” - These are the comments I heard as the children…”
Exercise...with Dice! | Activity | Education.com
Run, jump, and skip your way to physical fitness as your exercise with dice! It's a perfect party or family game.
The latest Tweets from KD (@KenrickDeodat). Early Reading Coach TDSB "If students can not learn the way we teach, then we need to teach the way students learn," Building Futures
this is going to be a post of little words - but many images... ideas for contruction - up, out and with many materials - and I have by no means come close to exhausting the possibilities and material choices with paper - to make bridges, curls - whatever you can imagine and test... with curlers with play-dugh and ice-cream spoons curlers again play-dough and bit of plastic (from packages that are delivered - the band that goes round) with tubes and old discs with magnets in lines and lines…
Math for Kids- Measuring Really, Really, Big Dinosaurs
Characters from books like The Really, Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur can be used to work on math for kids skills. Check out measurement activity.
Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…
Materials are set up for the children begging a response. Will the materials beckon the children to use them? A.M. explains that this is a different kind of snake that is eating poison cherries a…
Twee weken lang zijn we terug gekeerd in de tijd... helemaal naar de tijd van de dinosaurussen ! We zijn ons thema gestart met een bezoekje aan het natuurwetenschapsmuseum, we zagen de...
Inspired block play at Benson Memorial UMC Preschool and Kindergarten Prep - Raleigh NC 27612. When a new topic comes up in conversation, we like to explore that topic. One of our children had heard about the Eiffel Tower in a movie. She wanted to draw it in her journal but wished she could see it again first. We printed up pictures and inspiration spread to the block/building center. This is an example of Emergent Curriculum in action.