A hint of Spring is finally starting to creep into the air. Yay! Snow is melting and we are taking advantage of the season by doing a seed planting project. Planting seeds is a perfect way to teach science, language, literacy, and it incorporates other skills as well.
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One of our local home improvement stores is having a going out of business sale. I bought some PVC pipe at a great price for toddler play. You may not be comfortable letting small children play with this product and that is fine. In Missouri, this material can be found in state accredited preschool classrooms. . . . Read More: PVC Pipe Play
Water play is the perfect time to learn and experiment with everyday objects and toys that can be found around the house.
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It is hot across many areas of the USA. Which means it is a perfect time for ice play.
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There is extreme learning and fun when playing with a pendulum! This post on Pendulum Play was inspired by pendulum paint. I wanted to repurpose the frame used for painting. My husband made the frame for me so that my kids could experience pendulum paint. He used the photos from Teacher Tom’s post on pendulum painting. . . . Read More: Pendulum Play is Amazing!