Castle Building

Preschool Activities | July 3, 2020

It’s Time to Build a Castle! It’s time to pull out the different blocks you may have at home and use your child’s creativity and critical thinking to build a castle.  Allow your child to use their creativity to make a castle and then add different items to make their imagination come to life.  Building… Read More

Bubble Wrap Painting

Preschool Activities | July 3, 2020

Artwork with a POP! We have been learning about the properties of bubbles.  Spend time outside blowing bubbles and trying to catch them.  You can either do bubble wrap painting at a table inside or on the sidewalk outside.  Spread out a piece of bubble wrap on the table with different colors of washable paint. … Read More

Royalty Hopscotch

Preschool Activities | July 3, 2020

Let’s Get Hopping! We have been exploring the world of fairy tales so let’s enjoy some sunshine and use our gross motor skills to play Royalty Hopscotch.  Use sidewalk chalk to draw a hopscotch design for the children.  Draw pictures of different things the children have seen in fairy tales.  Take turns counting and hopping… Read More

Salt Water Eggs

Preschool Activities | July 3, 2020

It’s Time for an “Eggsperiment!” Grab a couple of eggs and let’s get started!  You will need a permanent marker, at least two eggs, 1 cup of table salt, water, clear plastic cups, and spoons.  Mix ¼ cup of salt with one cup of water.  Then pour into one of the clear plastic cups.  In… Read More

Fairy Tale Plants

Preschool Activities | July 3, 2020

Jack and the Beanstalk Bean Planting Take some time exploring the world of Fairy Tales.  Read Jack and the Beanstalk with your child.  If you do not have the book at home there are many options for Jack and the Beanstalk read aloud online.  After reading the book plant your three beans in a planter… Read More

Picasso Self Portrait

Preschool Activities | June 26, 2020

Express Yourself! Making a self-portrait is an important form of self-expression and  children love the silliness of Picasso’s abstract art. There are many ways to accomplish this project, you can have your child cut up magazines and collage them, you could print a picture of your child and have them cut it up and glue… Read More

Sandcastle Building

Preschool Activities | June 26, 2020

Do You Want To Build A Sandcastle? Sand building is a staple of summer! This is a simple and easy to put together activity – all you need is sand, a container, shovels and some plastic cups. Let your child go wild and get creative! You and your child can look at photos of sand… Read More

Jackson Pollock Painting

Preschool Activities | June 26, 2020

Paint…Brush…Action! The students are learning about famous artists this month. Why not explore a fun & messy one! Jackson Pollock used an “action painting” technique of dripping and splashing paint on a canvas, and now it’s time to let your kiddos try it out for themselves! This might be an activity best suited for outside…. Read More

Recycled Paper Making

Preschool Activities | June 26, 2020

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Recycling is an important part of our lives. We have to help save the planet for the future and what better way than to get our kids involved. The process of making paper out of old paper scraps is simple! You get the paper wet and turn it into a pulp, you… Read More

Paper Airplanes

Preschool Activities | June 26, 2020

Fly High In The Sky! For our science and sensory explorations this month we are learning about air power. There are few things children love more than paper air planes, and this is an easy way to explore how air can make things move. Paper airplanes can be adjusted to any age and skill level… Read More

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