Sarah Chidlow
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I know this says for kids but it would be a great way to display at a market and have extra crates of stuff underneath so it doesn't look crowded...

DIY Parisian Play Market Bountiful little shop using a secondhand hutch. She stocked it full of his existing play food and added extra items. This is a store after all. We love that this play market acts as self-storage for all the play food and related

This Little Miss Muffet Sensory Bin is so fun to explore and use for retelling during our Nursery Rhyme theme. Perfect for tot school, preschool, or the kindergarten classroom.

Plemons' Kindergarten is dedicated to fresh, engaging, and fun teaching ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, and the grade classroom.

Nursery rhymes on the light table: exploring colour mixing and encouraging storytelling based on Humpty Dumpty from And Next Comes L

Nursery rhymes on the light table: exploring colour mixing and encouraging storytelling based on Humpty Dumpty from And Next Comes L

Trinity Preschool Mount Prospect: Learning colors and shapes through nursery rhymes and songs in preschool

5 little ducks went out to play, learning about yellow. We marble painted on duck shapes. We also did 5 green and speckled frogs to lear.

One of my favorite ways to begin the year in kindergarten is with nursery rhymes. Students are familiar with the rhymes so they feel successful, which builds their confidence. Humpty Dumpty is always one of my students favorite rhyme. I wanted to create more activities to extend this activity, and as an added bonus I was able to clean out my holiday tub. Do you have extra plastic Easter eggs? Too many to count, right? This is the project for you! Students put metal washers in plastic egg

Students are familiar with the rhymes so they feel successful, which builds their confidence. Humpty Dumpty is easy for students to learn if they haven't been exposed prior to, and this integrates science (magnets) and math wonderfully!