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  • Shell mandalas :: math and art

    These shell mandalas are a great lesson in math and art. Shell mandalas What to do with a bucket of shells? One art idea we return to often is making mandalas, but we’d never made one from shells before. Time to give it a try! We started by sorting out our shells into . . . → Read More: Shell mandalas :: math and art The post Shell mandalas ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on July 9, 2014
  • Shell painting :: beach theme art

    We tried this shell painting while we were at the beach last week and loved it! They turned out to be so beautiful. Here are two techniques you can try for some beach theme art. Shell painting :: beach theme art We never manage a trip to the beach without returning with a . . . → Read More: Shell painting :: beach theme art The post Shell ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on July 2, 2014
  • Leaf math games for preschool

    These simple leaf math games for preschool let you take your learning outdoors for some hands-on fun. Leaf math games for preschool We took our math games outdoors into our Garden Classroom today. Many of the maths lessons we work on can be done just as effectively outdoors. The garden is full of math . . . → Read More: Leaf math games for ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 27, 2014
  • Drawing Weeds

    It’s the last week of art class and the weather is lovely. For their final project, the 5th and 6th graders did observational drawings of the weeds in our school garden. Materials: Clipboards Copy paper Colored pencils Weeds Each student picks one weed from the ground. They should try to keep the root intact. Weeds […]
    Posted to K-6 Art (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 2, 2014
  • Spring Ceramics: Bird Nests with Eggs

    Spring has Sprung and Countdowns Have BEGUN! As far as I am concerned, the school year is over. Yesterday i had the unique experience of traveling to THREE different elementary buildings and making my author/illustrator presentations to students in PreK through third graders at each building! Thank goodness we had a guide, because we were off the ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 14, 2014
  • Bumble bee game for kids: maths and spelling

    Here’s a fun DIY bumble bee game. It’s great hands-on activity to play maths games or work on spelling. Bumble bee game: math and spelling Have you got some plastic eggs left over from Easter? Pick out the yellow ones and use a black permanent marker pen to turn them into little bumble . . . → Read More: Bumble bee game for kids: maths and ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 6, 2014
  • GRASSHOPPERS! A Study by Preschool Children

    Great to have you back in the month of May!  I am so grateful for the opportunity of being able to be a part of the lives of so many children.  I'm grateful because I find children healing.  I have also learned so much from their authentic sense of wonder, willingness to explore, risk and create.  One of the preschool centers I have been around a ...
    Posted to PreK + K Sharing (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 5, 2014
  • Lavender playdough recipe

    This easy to make homemade lavender playdough recipe is wonderful for calming, soothing sensory play, and is one of the favourites that’s included in my ebook The Homemade Play Dough Recipe Book. Lavender playdough recipe Our lavender plants are just coming into flower in our Garden Classroom this month and are already smelling wonderful. ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 29, 2014
  • Spring play dough with flower petals

    A new season calls for a new play dough recipe! This spring play dough combined with flower petals is a lovely invitation to sensory play. Spring play dough with flower petals I used this easy play dough recipe and made three lots of the dough: one pink, one green and one yellow. I use Wilton . . . → Read More: Spring play dough with flower ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 27, 2014
  • How to plan your garden classroom

    Here are my tips on how to plan your garden classroom for lots of growing, playing and learning this year.   How to plan your garden classroom I’m a planner by nature, and I find that taking time at the beginning of the gardening year to think about how we want to use our . . . → Read More: How to plan your garden classroom The post How to ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 5, 2014
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