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Exploring Measuring Tools in Preschool with a Black-Eyed Pea Sensory Bin
I absolutely LOVE sensory bins! There are so many amazing ways to make them. We’re using a black-eyed pea sensory bin while we explore measuring tools. This is a great way to learn measurement at home or in school. It’s perfect for preschool and kindergarten! Check out our bin full of measuring cups, spoons, shovels,…
Pom Pom Painting Rainbow Fish Book Crafts for Kids
With summer here, we’re learning about the ocean and all of the amazing creatures that live in it. We’ve been reading The Rainbow Fish book to go along with our ocean theme. That inspired us to make creatures from the book into a craft! Our Rainbow Fish book crafts turned out amazing! We really enjoyed…
Fun Indoor Activities for Kids in Preschool, PreK, and Kindergarten
I know it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to do with your littles while home during this unique time. I’ve put together some fun indoor activities that will keep your littles engaged, learning, and having fun. The great news is that you can use materials that you already have at home. 🙂…
Popcorn and Cranberry Measurement Activity
We absolutely love activities where we string things together! Whether it’s stringing popcorn, cranberries, cereal or beads. We always have a fun time! For this Popcorn and Cranberry Measurement activity, we strung popcorn and cranberries and then measured how long our strands were. This activity helped to build our fine motor skills and early math…
What is Common Core and Why is it Important in Preschool (Part 4)
Have you heard about Common Core State Standards, but you’re not sure what they are or why they are important? You’re not alone! Common Core can be confusing, especially if you’re not an educator. I walk you through exactly what Preschool Common Core is, its importance, and what it means for your preschooler. Did you…
Word Chart Fun for Teaching Shapes
Have you ever used a word chart before when working with your child? They’re quick and fun to make and they help children with early literacy skills. Our children love to make them and get excited to come up with new ideas for how to contribute. This week, we made a word chart for teaching…