Smack the Number Counting Game
This counting game is fun way to practice number recognition and one to one correspondence and because it's a game it will really appeal to preschoolers.
More Learning About Pendulums
After the fun of painting with pendulums, we extended our pendulum experimentation by using them to knock down blocks. I got this idea from Let's Promote Play, where they have a much nicer apparatus than what you see here. I'd been hoping to find the time to build one of my own, but instead just re-purposed the PVC pipe from one of our painting pendulums and came up with this monstrosity. (I wound up having to add some pipe to brace the front and back to give it more stability, but you get…
Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun activity for preschoolers and school aged kids with this feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game! So simple to make and great for teaching little ones to recognise, name and sort 2D shapes in a silly, hilarious way! We made this funny feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game using pieces of...Read More »
How to Set Up the Blocks Center in an Early Childhood Classroom - Pocket of Preschool
How to set up the blocks center in your early childhood classroom (with ideas, tips, and book list) plus block center freebies
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Our Sticky Easel
I recently read about this over at the Teach Preschool blog and I loved the idea of building on the easel. This week I covered our easel with contact paper and secured it with duct tape. I then put cups of pattern blocks on one side and cups of colored yarn on the other. The children have been exploring creating art on the sticky surfaces. They have made designs, pictures, patterns and it is only Tuesday! They are really enjoying this experience. Surprisingly only one child asked if he could…
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Count and Smash Play Dough Math Activity | Stir The Wonder
Count and Smash Play Dough Math Activity is a fun, hands-on, sensory way for preschoolers to practice counting & fine motor skills!