Tic Tac Toe

It all started with Dr. Seuss and celebrating his birthday with the rest of America. We had a tic tac toe game for the children to cut out and learn how to play.  The game pieces consisted of birthday cakes and stovepipe hats. Some children understood “three in a row” while others struggled with it. … More Tic Tac Toe

Mapping our community

We were learning about community and home, and wanted to reinforce the learning of the children’s home addresses. First, we set up a center with house numbers written on index cards and invited the children to match their house number with different number sets (wooden numbers, pips on stones, and dice). Take a moment to add … More Mapping our community

It’s Raining Leaves

Every year we marvel at the vision of Fall’s foliage and stop to examine the color changes in the leaves all around us. Nature never disappoints us in its beauty. Bright hues of green, red, yellow, orange and sienna surround our neighborhoods. This year we brought leaves inside to explore, create and manipulate. Here are … More It’s Raining Leaves