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Painting with Flowers
Spring is a fantastic time to discuss flowers and plants. Painting with flowers is a great way to engage preschoolers in process art while giving them a chance to experience some natural elements. And, as a bonus, it’s simple and the results are beautiful! Painting with Flowers Setting Up the Materials: Paper plates tempera paints... Read More » The post Painting with Flowers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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Irresistible Chocolate Playdough
This chocolate playdough is almost good enough to eat! As a bonus, chocolate is good at any time of the year, so it is easily tied into multiple themes. Is Valentine’s Day around the corner? Add the heart-shaped cookie cutters and some empty chocolate candy boxes. Planning a Winter theme? Add small mugs and white... Read More » The post Irresistible Chocolate Playdough appeared first on Play to Learn.
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Post Office Dramatic Play Center
Children love to get mail. Of course, they don’t have to worry about bills!  But how does the mail get from the person who sent it to their door?  The Post Office dramatic play center helps students learn the steps that it takes to send and receive mail. Mail Call! Many preschool students have never... Read More » The post Post Office Dramatic Play Center appeared first on Play to Learn.
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Non-Food Sensory Bin Ideas for Preschoolers
The benefits of sensory play are undeniable and the sensory bin is often one of the most popular learning centers in a preschool classroom. Whether you have students with food allergies, policies against using food in sensory play, or just want something that you can use year after year, try these non-food sensory bin ideas... Read More » The post Non-Food Sensory Bin Ideas for Preschoolers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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Easy, Kid-Made Glass Magnets
Preschool teachers are always looking for the perfect kid-made gifts. It happens every year… we feel the stress and pressure to come up with the perfect keepsake present at holiday time, for Valentine’s Day, for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. This perfect gift has to be cute, meaningful, and easy enough for a classroom of... Read More » The post Easy, Kid-Made Glass Magnets appeared first on Play to Learn.
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Popcorn 5 Senses Activity
What’s Poppin? You’ve been teaching your preschoolers all about their sense of sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. You’ve done art projects, set up science centers, and read tons of books. Now you need one great activity to pull it all together! Try this popcorn activity with your preschoolers for a fun, festive, culminating lesson... Read More » The post Popcorn 5 Senses Activity appeared first on Play to Learn.
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The Best Sense of Sight Books for Preschoolers
I Spy with My Little Eye…a list of books about the sense of sight!  Children will ask to “see” these books again and again! Look! Books About the Sense of Sight Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle This wonderful book about different animals has repeating text... Read More » The post The Best Sense of Sight Books for Preschoolers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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The Best Sense of Hearing Books for Preschoolers
We live in a noisy world.  Babies can hear even before they are born, and children love to listen to books.  Here are some favorites to help remind them to stop and listen to the world around them! Listen! Sense of Hearing Books Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Bill Martin Jr.... Read More » The post The Best Sense of Hearing Books for Preschoolers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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The Best Sense of Touch Books for Preschoolers
Learning about the Five Senses is an essential part of each preschooler’s experience! Add these titles to your library list and enjoy them when you’re teaching about the sense of touch. Sense of Touch Books Don’t Touch This Book by Bill Cotter This adorable interactive book will have students roaring like dinosaurs, flapping like birds,... Read More » The post The Best Sense of Touch Books for Preschoolers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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The Best Sense of Taste Books for Preschoolers
Helping students recognize the sense of taste can be a fun adventure.  From taste testing apples to baking cookies, most students become very engaged when there are snacks included!  Here are some of the sweetest books for learning about the sense of taste. Sense of Taste Books Mmm, Cookies! by Robert Munsch When the main... Read More » The post The Best Sense of Taste Books for Preschoolers appeared first on Play to Learn.
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