December 15, 2019

As a child, I loved playing games with my family especially cards games. As a teacher, I love teaching number sense using card games. Combining basic cards games such as "Go Fish" and "Memory" along with number sense cards can build number sense skills for preschool an...

December 5, 2019

Perfect holiday Rhyming Games and more just in time to save you from the busy holiday rush! As teachers, we all know that the December holidays are filled with hussle and bussle! We know we need some quick, simple and effect lessons to keep our children engaged in lear...

June 30, 2018

Each summer we offer summer camps at The Learning Garden Preschool. We always have a blast during these weeks of summer camp.  But the process starts months ahead of time with planning out our themes and activities. This summer our first theme was A...

June 26, 2018

While the days are hot and the nights are long it is a prefect time to pretend play with a snow cone stand.

The Arctic Ice Snowball stand was open for business this week at our Arctic Summer camp!       

Everyone loves a tasty, cool treat during the s...

July 5, 2017

Last summer we had a blast at our S'more Camping summer camp.  We always try to make the classroom experience a submersive, creative and fun environment from which the little ones' imaginations can springboard.

We have a camping printable waiting for you! Incl...

June 19, 2017

We love Mat Man in our classroom!  Mat Man is a super fun activity that helps little ones learn about body awareness and position.  Mat Man is a component of the Handwriting Without Tears pre-k curriculum. Some of his other Hats (functions) are:  so...

May 11, 2017

Dramatic Play is a fantastic opportunity to let your child use their imagination to take on roles of different people and things.  In doing so, they make sense of the world around them.

Exposure to evolving thematic play areas helps children with social skills and oral...

May 3, 2017

Make your parent involvement more meaningful. Dads and Donuts is a great opportunity for family involvement. It not only inspires team work, but it also demonstrates the kids skill levels and abilities through a playful and positive experience.

In our case, our dads wer...

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