Look at how cute this Turkey is! At Belltown Discovery Center in East Hampton, Connecticut, each classroom took part in creating him. He will be in the school’s lobby for the month of November where he’ll collect non-perishable foods to be given to the East Hampton Food Bank.
Raccoon Nocturnal Animals.
Students create a craft of Raccoon using their handprints.
It’s fun and perfect for little learners!
This free printable worksheets are wonderful for preschool students who are learning about shapes. Each worksheet discusses a shape and then has a number of pictures which serve as examples of that shape.
This interactive calendar that you can print for free is great to use with your preschool students! By utilizing it you can discuss the four seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn) and which of the 12 months it is–along with what day of the month. Also, there is part of the calendar for identifying the day of the week (Sunday-Saturday), so that everything is covered!
We have been loving our celebration of this autumn season. Leaves galore. I have been slowly adding loose parts into our work time. My classroom is a mix of many philosophies. Also, I enjoy offering the children many different ways to build a child’s skills. For some children, I am introducing new skills, such as cutting with a scissors, for the first time. When one of our little guys learned to cut, he giggled every time he cut his leaf. Pure joy and a great feeling for a teacher.
It’s Election Day at Primrose School at The Park! The children in the Preschool and Pre-K classrooms are excited to learn about the voting process and cast their vote for our school mascot.
At Brighten Academy Preschool in Clovis, California, they went all-out in their decorations for Halloween! The decorations both within the school itself and the decorations for the classes’ doors were all very impressive. Give them a look…if you dare!