Are you are peanut butter and jelly lover? I am, my mom makes the best pb&j! Well, even if you don’t love pb&j, I bet your little ones will love singing about it! The Peanut Butter & Jelly song is one of my preschoolers favorite songs of all time. To celebrate this song, I created a song graphic and a sequencing activity using the adorable
November is here! Front and center this month… the turkey! You can find him all over our house and in our preschool room. In fact, we even sing a couple of songs about him too 🙂 Here are our November Song Charts! But, don’t stop reading until the end… you might just find a freebie! Our November song, sung to the tune “Do you know
We love to sing around these parts! Mostly during circle time, but also throughout the day. For each month I have a set of songs (look for a round-up coming soon). Each month has it owns monthly song, while I also have themed songs for the month. This month’s September Preschool Song Charts are all about APPLES! September Song (Yes, I know that remember needs
Does Christmas music get you in the Holiday spirit? I know it does me! I love bringing music and songs into my classroom. I may not have the best singing voices, but luckily… my preschool kiddos don’t care! Here are the song charts I have in my classroom and that we use during circle time. (these songs are a re-post) I also created some
Oh my, I apologize for the short break I just took from blogging! We had a double birthday party for my girl C, who turned 4 and my little man, who turned 1! February is a crazy month with planning and hosting parties! Anyhow… I wanted to share a post from last year that includes our March sensory tub and March Song Charts. So…here your are!
February is here! I love February- mostly because my two little blessings were born in February!! Well, up went the Valentine’s Day Song Chart and I filled up the Valentine’s Sensory Tub! Enjoy 🙂 Filled with: Rose Petals, heart erasers, heart table scatter (Target $ bin), heart scoops (Target $ bin) & heart boxes ($ store)
It is the last month of preschool and things are getting crazy! With graduation and end of the year activities I’ve been quite busy (sorry this is late!) Sensory Table In April the sensory table was filled with green easter grass. I kept the grass in (took the manipulatives out) and added bugs! Along with the plastic bugs for my kiddos to find, I put
Spring is in the air and Easter is coming! We are singing and playing with eggs, chicks and bunnies! Check out our April songs and sensory tub! This month I added green Easter grass, foam egg ornaments, colorful Easter eggs (all from the Dollar Tree) and some cute little bunny erasers! My wonderful substitute teacher added treasures for the kiddos to find inside some of