Tag Archives: Science
I’m sharing a few old favorites while I’m away this week. This one was originally posted way back in June of 2009. It’s only June, and my preschool age son is already antsy for school. He asked me to “play preschool” with … Continue reading
Calling all mad scientists! Here’s a formula for fun! I have yet to see a child not get excited by this activity! While it has many developmental objectives in and of itself, it is also a great attention-getter for a … Continue reading
I love that place where Science and Art collide. When truly creative projects focus on the process over the product, they lend themselves to more inquiry, experimentation, and seeing things in a new way. Children are free to wonder, “What … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite winter-time sensory activities! Though it’s great any time of year, colder temps outside make it easier to freeze all those ice blocks! Get your kiddos in on all the action by letting them mix … Continue reading
It has been plenty cold around here, so I thought I’d go back to last year for a re-post of outdoor winter activities! Enjoy the holiday weekend!
If you’re exploring a transportation theme, here’s a fun little ditty about transportation I found years ago. (I didn’t write down where I found it, so if you know the original author let me know!) It’s a fun piggy-back song, to … Continue reading
I really do love graphing with preschoolers. It makes math concepts like numeracy, 1-to-1 ratio (counting one number for one item), comparing numbers, and sorting objects very visual and hands-on. Graphing does not have to be complicated. We’re not talking parabolas here, … Continue reading