Through this preschool puzzle activity, the students are able to see how a frog grows from eggs to a full-size frog. They are able to put the pictures in order to sequence the life of a frog in order.
Join me as I participate in the 2016 readings for Lent, beginning February 10, 2016. Click this Lent readings to see the readings each day. I got a head start on the February 10 reading and found it a fascinating study on Luke 1 about the announcement of Elizabeth’s pregnancy and Mary’s pregnancy. Mary, then, …View full post
Do you ever have those days when you feel you have to guess what to do? Are you guessing about decisions? We are never alone in the decision-making process. We have someone who knows what to do and is just waiting for our questions. Think of holding a small rock in one hand and asking …View full post
What do you do for release, to relieve stress? Life happens, the grass is not always green, and things do not always go our way. We must all find ways to deal and cope with stressful situations or we will explode and snap at others. For me, my release is running. Thank you to my …View full post
The following was written by Doris Boring, in loving memory of her sister Ruby Culbertson who went to be with Jesus on February 14, 2015, in Forest City, North Carolina. Thoughts from the Baby Sister Life as the baby sister was joyful and challenging. The twins, Norris and Doris, were always together and …View full post
This is a great gross motor activity to get the body moving — and not get wet from real water puddles. We placed large squares of aluminum foil on the floor to represent water puddles. The preschool students jumped from puddle to puddle. They had a great time, got lots of exercise, and did not have to change their clothes or wait for their shoes and socks to dry when they were finished.
Here is an update on the preschool experiment to add color to white flowers. We added red food coloring to water in the jar. We cut off the ends of the flower stems and placed them down into the water jar.
Later that afternoon and the next morning, we were able to see red spots and streaks in the white flower petals.
During our spring theme week, the preschool students worked on spring cleaning the classroom. They used papertowels sprayed with soapy water to wash and dust all the shelves and tables and chairs. They even got down on the floor to wipe down the baseboards. Some of the students loved sprucing up their classroom and almost went overboard with their jobs. It was nice to see them being so helpful and taking such good pride in their classroom environment. I wonder if some of them can be hired out?! LOL.
The local Flower Shop visited preschool yesterday and brought flowers to share with the class. We had some flowers left over after each student took one home. We decided to try an experiment to color the petals.
We filled a jar half full of water and added a few drops of red food coloring to the water. We cut off the ends of some white flowers and placed them down in the red water.
We will wait and observe to see if the flowers ‘drink’ the red water and if the flowers petals get a red tint to them. Stay tuned for coloring updates. These preschool students love experiments where they ‘see what happens.’