Build A Monster Free Printable Craft Kit | Somewhat Simple
Build A Monster FREE Printable from BitsyCreations for Somewhat Simple - a fun activity idea for learning parts of the body! #preschool #efl #education (repinned by Super Simple Songs)
Body Parts Game | Biology Game
Learn about body parts with this science game from Turtle Diary! Body Parts will help kids practice and reinforce their concept of body parts.
I'm pretty sure that Dental health month is in February, but we are just getting to it as part of a larger community helpers unit. Today's theme was technically dentist. There are lots of pictures from today. It feels like we did a ton. (new addition at the bottom- 5/2013) Here are the books I read. Max Goes to the Dentist by Adria F. Klein and Clarabella's Teeth by An Vrombaut. The Max book was a good follow up to our special guest today and the Clarabella book was just a short cute book…
Pictures of Your Body Parts Worksheet
Download and print Turtle Diary's Pictures of Your Body Parts worksheet. Our large collection of science worksheets are a great study tool for all ages.
emotions chart with faces
Chart Tells You How You Feel JAT Apr 5, 04:26 PM "celebrate advertising"??? Should we be passing out poison, then? emotions chart with...
Parts of the Body Word Flash Cards
Teach children about the human body with this set of printable Body Parts Flashcards. Each one includes a word and illustration of a different body part.
FREE All About Me PreK/K Pack
It's almost the beginning of the school year...again! If you teach PreK or Kindergarten, you're sure to enjoy this FREE All About Me Pack!
Learning about our bodies is fun with felt
A fun and meaningful way to introduce human anatomy to young children! I want to welcome my guest today who is Asia from Fun at Home with Kids. Asia, along with the help of her adorable daughter, is here to share with you this amazing life size anatomy
Getting into a Montessori "Groove!"
I just finished up my second week of preschool! During this week I have definitely learned a lot -- and I think the kids have too! One of the things I have learned is that since I am only one person, I am limited in the number of material lessons I can give during one class period. This limitation has brought me to the realization that I must give initial lessons on most materials during the large group Circle Time. Up until this point I have shown the kids what new materials were out in the…