The Crazy Pre-K Classroom: 5 Christmas Centers and a new TpT unit with a FREEBIE! - I especially like the idea of themed "sensory bins" where kids have investigative tools like magnifying classes, tweezers, etc. I would add (for fun) safety goggles and something else detective-y with a chart of the senses at the station encouraging kids to test out what the objects do.
Fall Reproducible Page - Pumpkin Patch Pals for practicing colors, shapes, and color names. Want skill-builders for every month of the year in ONE resource? The Big Book of Monthly Reproducibles series is your answer! Check out the grade-specific issues at http://store.oblockbooks.com/search.php?search_query=%22big+book+of+monthly+reproducibles%22=0=0
Growing in Pre K - Science Center Love seeing the learning that springboards from areas like this. If given the chance, children ask questions and take their learning in directions that adults would never even think of
Fisch's 'Gold Garden' pin (14K gold, rosewood, 1963). "Fisch began as a ceramicist and switched to jewelry because, as she recounted in an oral history, “I went looking in the community for a place to work, and what I found were jewelry studios…” Uninspired by “what you would see in jewelry stores,” she fell in love instead with imposing Egyptian and pre-Columbian ceremonial pieces."