Preschool Animal Habitats using Sensorial Materials
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Educating Kids on Instagram: “Create your very own jungle world using a selection of loose parts and a sand tray. #jungle #wild #animals #looseparts #animalplay…”
233 Likes, 23 Comments - Educating Kids (@educating_kids) on Instagram: “Create your very own jungle world using a selection of loose parts and a sand tray. #jungle #wild…”
Creative Area Ideas for Early Years
Excellent ways to provide an accessible creation station for children and lots of ways to vary art inside the classroom with a variety of materials.
Zoo Number Puzzles - The Stem Laboratory
Zoo Number Puzzles! Such a fun way to work on counting, number recognition and one-to-one correspondence in preschool and kindergarten.
"Animal Noises" Noise Level Chart
Noise Level Chart (0-4) for classrooms. Perfect for the Animal Themed/Jungle Themed/Safari Themed classroom!
There's a Zoo in our Room!
I've always struggled with my Animals unit in Science. I pride myself in creating hands-on, engaging lessons--but it's kind of hard to make animals "hands-on." I mean I have a few feathers, a turtle shell and a snake-skin. But my unit was still just a lot of reading books and watching videos. This year, I decided to shake things up a little--by creating a Kindergarten Zoo! Whenever I plan a unit, I start by looking at the standards for that unit and planning my learning objectives. The…
Math graphing activity helps students learn to display data. Other zoo unit material available at www.creativeclassroomconnections.com.
Zoo Centers and Activities (Free Desert Art Activity) - Pocket of Preschool
Zoo play dough tray for a zoo theme. Desert art FREEBIE. Prefect for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.
Let your kids color 6 popsicles sticks with markers or crayons & then glue them together to make a CAGE for their animal. Then you can buy premade animals like shown here or they can color pictures of animals & cut them out, to put in their cage. Print off the word ZOO and stick to the front & your child has created their very own Zoo Cage!