Wondering how to include more art in your program while meeting academic goals? Develop a preschool art center and incorporate literacy and math into it. Children will gain skills more quickly because they are learning through all the senses and the work is meaningful and hands-on.
Do you want to increase creativity and fine motor skills, while reducing classroom behavioral problems? Develop an art center for your classroom. This list of preschool materials to keep in an art area or center helps you quickly organize a place for your budding Monets.
Children and bubbles naturally go together! Make your own homemade bubble solution and turn ordinary household items into giant bubble wands. Make a batch of flubber and blow bubbles in it using straws. Have fun with this children’s object lesson using bubbles.
For all things feathered, you’ve come to the right place. Make a school project on the fascinating subjects of bird migration, bird nesting and birdwatching. Build a model of birds’ wings and study how birds’ flight works.
For a fast and easy school project, make this model tepee. With only a few household items, you can build a small Native American tepee, perfect for a U.S. history or state history study.
Who isn’t fascinated by jellyfish? Their translucent, undulating bodies and eerie, floating tentacles are something out of a science-fiction movie. Make a jellyfish for your school project on ocean life easily with these simple directions. Choose a gelatin or a paper jellyfish.
Kindergarten and 1st grade teachers use 100 Day celebrations to commemorate milestones and reinforce counting skills. Create easy 100th day of school projects around this theme in every subject: reading, science, math, writing and social studies. Make charts, books, and science projects.