Apple Pie Playdough Recipe for Preschoolers
An Apple Pie Play dough recipe is the perfect addition to your fall schedules especially during an apple theme!Preschool is filled with activities and learning experiences that allow children to explore, learn, and develop through hands-on activities. As a preschool teacher, you understand the importance of engaging and stimulating their senses. What better way to do this than by creating a homemade play dough that not only entertains but also delights their sense of smell?
Black Light Germ Spray Preschool Experiment
Using science experiments to teach preschoolers about germs can be an effective way to help them understand the concepts of germs and the importance of handwashing. Using black lights, and spray bottles preschoolers will uncover how germs hang around even when we can't see them! Black light germ spray experiment is a great hands-on experiment that your preschoolers will want to do over and over, again!
Cotton Swab Process Art for Preschoolers
This cotton swab process art project is great for preschoolers to explore painting with different materials. Low-cost and low-prep means it's also fun for teachers and parents!
Foil Mirror Preschool Craft
Invite your preschoolers to make their very own foil mirror with this simple craft tutorial! Mirrors add a fascinating element of learning, exploration, and a sense of self to preschoolers' play. Preschoolers love exploring different facial expressions and making silly faces in mirrors.
Doctor's Office Preschool Dramatic Play Pack
Easily transform your dramatic play area into a Doctor's Office! Build literacy skills with the included forms, and print rich materials. Simply print the signs & printable props (laminate for durability) included in our Doctor's Dramatic Play Pack and gather your accessories for a wonderful invitation to play! Your preschoolers will have fun caring for their patients.
Build Your Name Preschool Sensory Bin
Create a Build Your Name Sensory Bin to support preschool literacy development with an engaging hands-on component.
Sensory bins are always a hit with preschoolers; whether sand, water, or dried beans, you can almost always guarantee your preschoolers will gravitate towards a sensory bin activity. Preschoolers also love practicing and learning their names, so why not tie the two together with this easy to set-up sensory bin?
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