March comes in with so many changes that are fun to explore with preschoolers. The weather moves from cold to warm. The seasons change, bringing with them an explosion of color, growth, and new life. This month’s Ways to Play Every Day Calendar explores Dr. Seuss inspired fish fun, rainbows, signs of spring, and birds. Ways to Play Every Day: March Activity Calendar for Preschoolers The … [Read more...] about Ways to Play Every Day: March Activity Calendar for Preschoolers
Rainbow Crafts for Kids
Spring is here! And with it comes so many different venues for learning with preschoolers. The changing landscape, plants and flowers, mud and rain, birds and bugs… The list could go on and on. Add all of those concepts together and you’re in for one fun month. Please enjoy this free printable calendar of spring activities that you can do with preschoolers. Ways to Play Every Day - A Free … [Read more...] about Ways to Play Every Day-April Activity Calendar for #Preschoolers
If you have not had a chance to view (Part 1) of the St. Patrick's Day Mini Theme, you can visit it here. Literacy - Shamrock -AT Words - -AT Shamrocks Materials needed: Clothespins, a basket to hold the clothespins, one -AT Shamrock file (linked above) for each child, and a permanent marker. Print the file (linked above) onto heavy paper for each of your students (laminate the shamrocks … [Read more...] about St. Patrick’s Day Mini Theme for Kids (Part 2)
Rainbow Dough BagsMost children love to play with anything they can squeeze or squash. Some, however, are a little squeamish about getting their hands messy. These dough bags put squeezable mixtures into a sealed bag that allow children to play with color mixing - all with no mess (or little clean-up for the adults.)Directions: Mix 1/3 cup sugar, 1 cup cornstarch, and 4 cups of cold water. You … [Read more...] about Rainbow Crafts for Kids to Make!
We love making these Rainbow "sand" jars! To make: Pour salt on paper plates and have the children rub chalk (drawing chalk works best, but any colored chalk will do) in circles until the salt takes on color. Fold the paper plates in half and assist the children in pouring their salt plates into a glass BALL jar. Fill the jar approx. half full, add miniature letters, shapes, numbers, … [Read more...] about Rainbow Salt Discovery Jars