Spring Songs and Fingerplays for Preschool
Keeping your kids engaged during circle time is never easy, but it’s even more challenging when the sun is shining and spring fever has set in. That’s why I love using these spring songs and fingerplays to get my kids’ attention and KEEP it this time of year! The fun
Using a Linear Calendar in Preschool
Have you ever tried a linear calendar in your preschool classroom? More developmentally appropriate than a traditional calendar, a linear calendar will help your kiddos understand the passage of time in a way that is meaningful to them. The age-appropriate nature of a linear calendar will keep your kiddos engaged
Circle Time Games for Back to School
Circle time is a daily thing in most preschool classrooms. And, it just happens to be one of my favorite parts of the day! But, if I’m not careful, I can quickly get into a rut. And when that happens, things go downhill VERY quickly! I get bored, the kiddos
Spring Circle Time Games for Preschool
Spring is in the air! And that means we’re in the part of the year when it gets harder and harder to keep the kiddos engaged, especially during circle time. But, these spring circle time games will solve that problem for you! They cover letters, numbers, colors, and shapes, and
Shamrock Counting Busy Box Activity
I don’t know about you, but St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with my kiddos! I love using holidays to sneak in lots of fun learning opportunities! And this shamrock counting busy box activity is definitely one way I do that! What are Busy
Circle Time Games for St. Patrick’s Day
Circle time is one of my favorite times in my pre-k classroom, and St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with my kiddos! So, these circle time games are a must-have part of my day during March! They are such a fun way to practice letters,
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