I've seen some amazing Playhouse makeovers over the years, and this one shared by FB community member Ellie B. of Blair Childcare is delightfully fabulous! Ellie revamped her playhouse-Halloween Style!
Science with preschoolers is so much fun!
Learning the Scientific Method is important for cognitive development. When children have experience using the scientific method, they can better evaluate the world around them. They learn to quietly observe using their senses, they learn to ask questions and how to develop and test a hypothesis.
This fun experiment is a great way to explore the scientific method.
Many preschoolers have experimented with baking soda and vinegar before. This experiment is a great way to build on that experience.
Patterning activities are great for preschoolers!
Preschoolers are learning to recognize, describe, create, extend, and repeat patterns. Working on these skills supports preschoolers as they develop other essential skills for reading and math development such as sequencing, problem-solving, numeral and letter recognition, predicting, and more!
This cute Fall Patterning Activity set is great to set up in your classroom all season. Laminate and use over and over, or set up as a cut-and-paste activity!
Graphing and comparing numbers are fantastic skills for young children to practice.
Preschoolers and kindergartners are working hard to master these skills.
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Pumpkins bring many opportunities for exploration into the preschool classroom. My STEM Pumpkin Investigation Pack will guide you through each step of the exploration.
Each stage invites children to create a hypothesis or make a prediction about each investigation, and then record the results.
This investigation may take 1-2 weeks depending on how many investigations you carry out per day. Projects that last multiple days help students to develop historical thinking and attentiveness.
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