Learning through fun everyday activities, perfect for preschoolers to be used at home or in day care center.
Slime is an amazing material that is perfect for kids to make and play with. Slime is the perfect example for learning about chemical bonds and polymer chains and basic chemical reactions. However, a true science experiment includes a hypothesis, experiment, and conclusion. This slime recipe test mixes science with sensory play by testing three slime recipes to find the ultimate slime recipe for stretchiness, bounciness, and squeezability.
Join A Dab of Glue Will Do's Newsletter and get this full product for FREE. These Alphabet Books are great for a wide range of ages. They are perfect for introducing letters and even reviewing letters. #learningresources #teachingresources #classroomactivities
Challenge kids to a stacking challenge with leftover lids. Not only will they have fun trying to win, they can work on counting, numbers, and fine motor skills in the process. Stack a cap math activity is easy to put together, and can be adapted for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade. #learningresources #teachingresources #classroomactivities
I LOVE being able to incorporate these alphabet teaching tools into my students' learning (and my own kids too) throughout the school year. What is great about most of these is how they can easily be adapted to challenge your students as they continue to grow and learn. Here are the best alphabet teaching tools for your little learners. via @dabofgluewilldo
This simple Ivory Soap microwave experiment is so easy to do. It's great for kids in preschool and kindergarten because they can really get their hands into it and use their five senses to observe how the soap changes when it is heated up. They will have a ton of fun while learning a little bit of science! via @dabofgluewilldo
Today we are sharing a fun craft to help learn the parts of an apple! This is a simple coffee filter craft that uses watercolor paints to create an apple core, skin, leaf, stem, and seeds. This craft is a great one to do in the beginning of the year for preschool, kindergarten, or elementary students, or as a craft to do with apple themed units.