Tami over at Learning and Teaching Preschoolers featured a sorting activity that would be perfect for heading into winter! Sorting 'snowballs' will provide your kiddos with an opportunity to work on...Read More »
Here's a simple winter writing freebie created by Tara over at Little Minds at Work that would make a great addition to your winter writing center or lesson plans! Using the cute (and FREE!)...Read More »
The Preschool Tool Box offers some fun winter center suggestions inspired by Raymond Briggs' classic children's book, The Snowman Storybook - we especially love the science exploration!...Read More »
Here's a fun winter counting and number recognition game for your kiddos from Katy, featured contributor at Gayle's Preschool Rainbow. All you'll need is a marker, white printer paper, and a pair of...Read More »
What would winter be without warm, cozy mittens? In her distinct style, renowned children's author Jan Brett has created a wonderful winter story about a lost mitten and the woodland creatures who...Read More »
It's hard to believe - especially after the holidays have come and gone - that there are three more months of winter! For many teachers, the very thought of twelve more weeks being cooped up in the...Read More »
January rings in the new year with snow and chilly temperatures, so what better to decorate the month with than a snowman! Your students will love using their hands to "build" one of these winter...Read More »
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