10 Preschool Transitions-- Songs and Chants to Help Your Day Run Smoothly
Preschoolers LOVE music. They enjoy moving, making sounds, and singing! There's something about music that draws them in and points their attention at whoever is making music. A few summers ago, I took a class on
Music with Kids: Song Cubes and Finding the Beat - Pre-K Pages
DIY Song Cubes to help children learn music "old favorites" and practice finding and keeping the beat; for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.
Song Words for Song Box
A few days ago I added a post about my song box, I have now seen that it has quite a few pins and repins on Pinterest. I have noted a few people say they don't know the words to all the songs/ rhymes, so here are all the lyrics!
DIY Book of Textures (sensory book)
I am making this post because I couldn't find a tutorial ANYWHERE online. I visited my best friend a few weeks ago and her 3 year old h...
Exercise...with Dice! | Activity | Education.com
Run, jump, and skip your way to physical fitness as your exercise with dice! It's a perfect party or family game.
Owl Babies Teaching Resources
Use these teaching resources as activities to support learning through the favourite story of Owl Babies by Martin Waddell.
Nursery Rhyme Printables
11 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions for Kindergarten
Fun and simple ideas for classroom management are often found from the best resource available to teachers: other teachers! I've asked my Facebook readers to share their hallway transitions to help make your classroom management even easier. Here are their top hallway transition procedures and classroom management ideas. You're gonna love these ideas. I'm sure these have been passed on from teacher-to-teacher and from friend-to-friend, but you might find something new to try! Hallway…
Felt Board/ Flannel Story -"Feeling Faces"- educational circle time emotions
Felt Board Flannel Story "Feeling Faces" Educational Circle Time Emotions | eBay
Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections - Cara Carroll
We’re learning all about pumpkins this week and the kids couldn’t be more thrilled!! I thought I’d share some of the fun we’re having incase you’re knee deep in pumpkin seeds, too! We started the week activating & growing our pumpkin schema. We read a few fun non-fiction pumpkin books, gathered new learning, and added …