Collection by Nelissa Van Rijn

Nelissa Van Rijn
Water spray bottle painting w/stencils, great for working those fine motor skills. (Links to Oriental Trading site to purchase spray bottles, but could easily find them at the dollar store) Motor Activities, Toddler Activities, Art Classroom, Fine Motor Skills, In Kindergarten, Preschool Activities, Art Lessons, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids

Oriental Trading

Fill these clear bottles with Liquid Watercolor paint to create dazzling effects. Or try a fun effect by spraying a mist over a stencil for your next arts & crafts creation. The uses for these plastic spray bottles are endless. Adjust for mist. (6 pcs. per set) 12-oz.

Adult Coloring by Number - Adult Coloring by Number , Nicole S Free Coloring Pages Color by Number Colouring Pages, Adult Coloring Pages, Coloring Sheets, Coloring Books, Preschool Worksheets, Preschool Activities, Color By Numbers, Spring Activities, Activity Sheets

Leuk als beloning na het oefenen van een woordje; dobbelsteen gooien en juiste vakje in juiste kleur kleuren.

farm small world play The Farm, Mini Farm, Farm Activities, Preschool Activities, Preschool Classroom Layout, Preschool Family, Sensory Table, Sensory Bins, Sensory Play

The Puzzles Connection

After reading the wonderful book Yum Yum written by Cathie Colless and Emily Colless and Illustrated by Deb Murray, the children and I re-created the...

Vul een hersluitbare zak met haargel (BasvdH) doe er wat dikkere stickers of… Sensory Bags, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Infant Activities, Activities For Kids, Baby Play, Business For Kids, Cool Baby Stuff, Pre School

Vul een hersluitbare zak met haargel (BasvdH) doe er wat dikkere stickers of foam stickers in van een bepaald thema (Action). Duw zoveel mogelijk lucht uit de zak en sluit de zak. Plak het eventueel extra dicht met dik plakband. Nu kun je allerlei auditieve opdrachten met voorzetsels oefenen ( zet 2 bloemen naast elkaar, zet de vlinder boven de paarse bloem etc).

What a great idea to let the kids "plant" and "harvest" pretend fruits and veggies. Great opportunity to talk about what grows on trees (I see bananas in the picture), bushes, in the ground. Maybe even use an old kids pool. Dramatic Play Area, Dramatic Play Centers, Farm Theme, Garden Theme, Garden Fun, Olivers Vegetables, Role Play Areas, Kids Role Play, Pretend Play

First day back at school

First day back to school and it didn't take long for the children to find and explore the dramatic play area. I had left two bags of soil in a large wooden tray on the floor. We cut them open and the children used rakes to spread it all out. Then we opened the bin of artificial fruits and vegetables that I've been finding all summer. Let the planting begin! What will we do next?