Anchor charts and Classroom charts Galore!
Well I am home again. This time my youngest daughter is sick. We seem to be spreading this lovely stuff over weeks and months. Anyway, sh...
Four Activities to Learn About the Sense of Touch
Any preschool five senses theme includes some educational activities exploring the sense of touch. Any kids is sure to love these four sensory activities!
My Christmas Five Senses Book: Free Printable -
This Christmas five senses book is a great way to learn about the five senses with kids during the Christmas season.
Exploring Marshmallows with the Five Senses
Exploring marshmallows with the five senses. Part of M is for marshmallow theme from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
Our Time to Learn
The Our Time to Learn series is designed for use in a one-on-one or small group setting. These educational, easy-to-use workbooks are organized in lessons that provide a variety of activity ideas, worksheets, and sticker pages. Each lesson utilizes an assortment of teaching techniques adapted to young learners that develop curiosity and understanding. Used by preschools, grade schools, daycare providers, nannies, homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, parents, and caretakers, the Our Time to…
3 Ways to Explore the Sense of Hearing
The Sense of Hearing I can't believe it has been weeks since I shared how we explored the five senses. Well...I shared four of the...
New Hope International School
Today's "My Five Senses" topic was taste. We read Eric Carle's Pancakes, Pancakes! and then sampled pancakes with two toppings, honey and whipped cream. Yummy pancakes! We graphed the children's topping preference. Whipped cream was more popular than honey. The kids each sampled three clear liquids and tried to describe them. The liquids were sweet sugar water, salty salt water, and sour lemon juice. Sweet? Salty? Sour? After lunch as always, the children had some free time to play whatever…
The "What's Missing?" Memory Activity for Kids
A memory activity to boost kids minds. Use any objects and remove one to see if they can guess what's missing. A great busy activity when you need it.
Head outdoors for a listening walk
Have you ever read the book, "The Listening Book" by Paul Showers? It is a terrific book that will get your students outside using their listening ears as they take a listening walk with this fun listening walk checklist. The children were each given a little clipboard and checklist to use as they took
balloon sensory matching.
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Apples Aplenty & A Meaningful Christmas - Cara Carroll
Did y’all hear me say Christmas? I’m sure you’re thinking, “Is she for real? CHRISTMAS? It’s not even OCTOBER yet!!” But bear with me. Y’all might remember reading THIS POST last year. I’m telling y’all all about this now so that y’all can get a move on it and start planning. My precious friend Brittney …
My 5 Senses Unit and a freebie!
Hello All, I had so much fun with my 5 senses unit this week at school that I decided to create a whole unit around it. I included som...