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Little Miss Hood's Adventures in Kindergarten: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ... BLAST OFF!

5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ... BLAST OFF!

Hey friends! I'm so glad that you dropped by my blog today! You're in for a treat! Today I am sharing a few highlights from last weeks ...

Ice in Sensory Table

Animals in Winter

So right now in preschool we are learning about Animals in Winter.....I don't know why I always have so much fun with this theme!! Anyway,...

Preschool Science...this is a cool explanation of why ivory soap expands and floats. Doing this with my kids in a couple weeks...hope it works!

Amazing, Easy, & Fun Science Activities for Preschoolers

Learn loads of amazing & fun science experiments for kids of all ages! You'll find easy science activities & lots of science for preschoolers.

Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: We're Going On A Leaf Hunt

Mrs. Bremer's Class

A blog of teaching ideas and activities for K-2 classrooms, including centers, reading and writing ideas, thematic learning, and much more!

Water Beads (polymer)

Preschool Science: Water Beads

Science with toddlers and preschoolers is as simple as encouraging observations and discussions. They are naturally curious about their world, and truly are little scientists… they wonder, they question, they test, and question again. Capitalize on that by providing lots of materials and experiences about which to wonder. These water beads provide endless […]

No room for a garden? Grow an olive tree on the windowsill with the Nudo Grow Your Own kit.

Gifts for Your Office Secret Santa

Whether you're buying a gift for your office husband or a coworker whose name you only just learned, you'll find a winning present on this secret santa gift list

10 Ways to Use the Sensory Table | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC TYC | Teaching Young Children Magazine

10 Ways to Use the Sensory Table | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC TYC | Teaching Young Children Magazine

In Case Of Emergency, Break Out The Pendulums

So this was not supposed to be pendulum week. This was going to be the week we explored the old borax-white glue goop concoction, but in the process of making a batch involving our last 2 full gallons of glue I guess I got overly enthusiastic with the borax, because the final product was just one big solid rubbery mass. The Pre-3 class tried playing with it on Tuesday, but since it really didn't do anything other than crumble like a giant, overcooked hard boiled egg, I had to think fast…