Lilly's first painting experience
As many of you know, I am a big supporter of sensory play for little ones. A friend of mine did some cute little paintings with her bubba which inspired me to paint with Lilly too! I headed to the $2 shop and grabbed some bright, non-toxic paint (just in case) and some canvases. When we got home, I put an old sheet on the floor and dabbed some paint onto the canvas. Next I wrapped some cling wrap around it and popped Lilly down for some painting fun. She loved smooshing the paint with her…
DES VAGUES DES VAGUES - Le tour de ma classe
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De klas van juf Ine
Welke bal past wel, en welke niet? Kinderen leren spelenderwijs ruimtelijk inzicht te krijgen. Verf de doos samen met de kinderen! Verzamel zoveel mogelijk verschillende ballen bij elkaar van groot naar klein. Daarna de gaten in de verschillende maten maken.
Coins in a Water Jar
Here is a very simple activity that engages children of all ages. Instead of practicing putting coins or buttons in a bank, try putting them in a clear container with water in it. It is mesmerizing and pretty to watch them float to the bottom. Lightweight, colorful buttons were fun to watch. Fake coins were interesting because some didn't always sink. We moved on to then checking whether items would sink or float. We found small items that could fit through the slot i.e. beads, coins…
Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting
If you missed our idea about the squirt gun painting last week, here's another great idea for the kids to get creative and active!
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Color Changing Milk Experiment for Kids to Magically Mix Colors
Mix science and art with magic color changing milk. This kid-friendly science experiment is super simple!
Rubber loom bands in a discovery bottle
Discovery bottles will bring wonder into your classroom! Last week I shared with you how we used rubber loom bands to make our own musical instruments. Well, I collected way more loom bands than I needed for that particular process so while home on spring break, my grandson and I came up with a way to
Bubble Wrap Run: Simple Indoor Fun!
We had a package arrive that included a long piece of bubble wrap so on this chilly winter's day and after being cooped up inside with colds for a week, I knew exactly what to do with that bubble wrap! I taped it on the floor in the long hallway for a Bubble Wrap Run to encourage Gross Motor Skills and Large Movement! Both boys had so much fun with this all day long! Not only was it just fun to walk/run across, but we played this game where we had to walk as softly and gently as we…