Lovely area for small world play outdoors from 'Erin' - image shared by Five Star Family Day Care Maitland (",)

Lovely area for small world play outdoors from 'Erin' - image shared by Five Star Family Day Care Maitland (",) Also could use bricks

Keep kids busy for hours with this simple sensory bin!  They will love…

Sensory Play with Funnels, Tubes, and Colored Beans

Keep kids busy for hours with this simple sensory bin! They will love pouring colored beans through the funnels and watching them come out the tubes below. If you liked our PVC pipe sand and water table, you might enjoy this simpler option for indoors.

making faces with painted rocks, image via Leesa's House Family Day Care https://www.facebook.com/leesashouse/photos/pb.570587026374698.-2207520000.1431827678./630994660333934/?type=3&theater

This week we've been discussing emotions and feelings. To help the children understand their emotions, I painted 'feelings stones' and set up this lovely table, where the children can recreate their own faces - or any silly face they like!

Geo boards made of wood slabs, great texture differences

DIY Geo-boards made of wood slabs to explore math thinking about lines, shapes & angles! (Via Richmond School District)

40+ Ideas For Indoor Toddler Fun this Winter | Hellobee

The car parking activity allows the student to work number Sense and Operations. Ideas For Indoor Toddler Fun this Winter

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used an old rain gutter, with end caps on each side, and a small pump, to create a flowing waterway for plastic boats. kids loved it - use handmade wooden boats instead.

ITEM: Fine Motor (trains), Dramatic Play (small world play in planters)   Recycle City at Puzzles Family Day Care (",)

Train track ruts in concrete! ITEM: Fine Motor (trains), Dramatic Play (small world play in planters) Recycle City at Puzzles Family Day Care (",)

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same.    It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom.  The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes a

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