Once a few mirrors were added, the preschoolers began using them to look at themselves in them. They were encouraged to draw what they seen on paper, creating their own self portraits.
Using the big letter tracing sheets, some of the younger preschoolers have been practicing following the dotted line to write the letters out.
The preschoolers practiced their fine motor skills by using tweezers to pick up small and average sized pom poms to transfer into bowls.
Filling the bin with natural items, the preschoolers used their construction vehicles to pick up and transfer the shells, rocks, and driftwood somewhere else.
The preschoolers performed an experiment using salt and water to see which objects they could make float or sink by combining the two!
A bunch of plastic tools were added outside for the preschoolers to use with the wooden blocks. They pretended to hammer/screw in nails/screws and saw the wood.
We incorporated money into our gas station role-play outside which seen the preschoolers giving fake paper money to a peer who provided their bike with gas.
Upon seeing the cube shaped tent set up, the preschoolers began using it to throw balls into, seeing how many they could fit inside.