Don’t you love it when Uni Students come to play? You get the opportunity to look at your preschool through someone else’s eyes and you also pick up some tippy top ideas like this one.
After the fabulous response to last week’s Share Your Blog Day I thought you might all be hungry for some more blog reading goodness.
The call went out today on the facebook page to come “flog…
Hot Lava is a variation of the good old baking soda and vinegar volcano experiment that I discovered on the wonderful The Living Classroom blog.
You will need:
Really long hopscotch, with a ‘hop around the corner’ twist!
It was hectic, as pick up times can be. My little friend had the wild gleam in his eyes that could only mean the promise of mischief and mayhem. What could I grab from the store room to avert pick up…
Who needs paper?
: : : painting with…
"We need some flowers in these vases" she said.
"They will make everything look pretty" she said.
She was right!
How to make lemon grass tea, preschool style
Step 1: Pick lemon grass from the herb garden
Step 2: Cut stalks of lemon grass into small bits
One of my favorite things about teaching in a play based curriculum is that you never know where an experience will lead.
What started out as a simple painting experience with edicol paint and…
Here’s another way to use oil pastels. After drawing on…
The old wooden stove we used for our outdoor kitchen finally succumbed to the elements: the perfect opportunity to get out the tools for another spot of demolition preschool-style.
One of our wooden pallets had seen better days. It was destined for fire wood.
A real job.
A summer’s morning of filling, emptying, pouring and pebbly goodness in the outdoor kitchen.