Sunflower Garden Project for Kids

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When I was a new teacher I had no idea where to start when it came to gardening activities. I gardened with my own children, but that seemed easy because it was usually one-on-one. But with 16? It felt a bit daunting. Have you felt this way, too? Somehow I figured out how to put together a sunflower garden project that not only involved all 16 preschoolers, but involved 16 individual cups of seeds being planted and nurtured.

And it’s a hit year after year.

I will admit I don’t recall why I chose mammoth sunflowers, but they have been the easiest and fastest growing plants, year after year. Over the summer I will get emails with photos of the preschoolers standing next to their super tall sunflowers, beaming. They had nurtured their sunflowers every day with love, water, and sunshine. They learned what it was like to taking care of a living thing.

This is why I do this sunflower garden project year after year!

 

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Sunflower Garden Project for Kids

 

What you will need:

Setting up this sunflower garden project:

  •  Place soil in a bin along with a scoop.
  • Have seeds available in a shallow tray.
  • Fill spray bottle with water.
  • Place cups near soil.

 

Sunflower Garden Project

Before starting, share a book about how seeds grow. We displayed these on our science table along with a model that showed the sequence of a seed’s growth.


Sunflower Garden Project

Scoop soil into the cup. Poke 2 holes on the top and place a seed in each one. (I have them plant 2 because sometimes one never takes off.) Gently cover the seeds with soil.

Sunflower Garden Project

Spray soil with water.

Sunflower Garden Project

Sunflower Garden Project

I placed plastic wrap on top of ours and set in front of the window. This kept the soil moist and warm. Our preschoolers would give them sprays of water now and then, watching for those first signs of growth.

Sunflower Garden Project

In one week they looked like this:

Sunflower Garden Project

I made name labels and taped them to craft sticks, poking them into each cup. I realized afterwards that it would have been easier having the label placed directly on the cup, especially when the cups were covered with plastic wrap.

Scroll to bottom of post for free printable sunflower labels!

Sunflower Garden Project

Now they are ready to be taken home!

Sunflower Garden Project

 

Bonus! Get a full week of preschool seeds theme lesson plans!

Preschool Seeds Printables
This set includes active hands-on learning ideas and the following printables:

1) Foods With and Without Seeds Shared Writing Recording Sheet
2) Uppercase Alphabet Seed Packet Cards
3) Lowercase Alphabet Seed Cards
4) A to Z Seed Writing Task Cards
5) 1 to 12 Flower Pot Seed Counting Mats
6) Seeds Science Journal
7) Seed Shape Tracing Task Cards
8) Seed Sorting Mat
9) Seed Theme Beginning Sounds Sort (Seeds T, F, C)
10) Seed Sprouting Graph

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Best Books for Kids to Sing With

Our toddlers and preschoolers love to sing! We sing various times during our day. Some are planned, such as during circle time, and some just happen randomly, such as when we are in the middle of a transition to a new activity.  You don’t need to have a beautiful voice, either. I used to be very self-conscious about my voice, knowing it was nothing close to my sister Lauri’s professional sound. But when I am singing with my little friends, I forget that. I just relax and enjoy the moment. I even sing up on stage with the children in front of an audience! Another favorite time to sing is while reading books. We love our collection of best books for kids to sing with! Singing instead of reading the words is a great way to build language skills and learn new words, too. So check out some of our favorites below and try a few with your toddlers and preschoolers!

Best Books for Kids to Sing With

 

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Best Books for Kids to Sing With

 

Inch by Inch: The Garden Song – David Mallett

 

The Wheels on the Bus – Illustrated by Jerry Smith

 

Down by the Bay – Raffi

 

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes – Illustrated by Annie Kubler

 

Five Little Ducks – Illustrated by Annie Kubler

 

You Are My Sunshine – Jimmie Davis

 

Shake My Sillies Out – Raffi

 

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt – Helen Oxenbury

 

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed – Eileen Christelow

 

I Got Two Dogs – John Lithgow

 

The Farmer in the Dell – Ann Owen

 

Pete the Cat Collection – Eric Litwin

 

Down By the Station – Jennifer Riggs Vetter

 

Roll Over – Merle Peek

 

Row, Row, Row Your Boat – Jane Cabrera

 

Old MacDonald Had a Farm – Jane Cabrera

 

Itsy Bitsy Spider – Iza Trapani

 

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – Caroline Jayne Church

 

Do Your Ears Hang Low? – Caroline Jayne Church

 

Over in the Meadow – Oliver A. Wadsworth

 

Cat Goes Fiddle-I-Fee – Paul Galdone

 

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30 Favorite Toddler Songs

Recently someone sent me a message asking what are my favorite toddler songs. Rather than just replying with my favorites, I decided to post the question on my Facebook wall so that my readers could respond. I was truly curious what my thousands of Facebook readers would say were their favorites. I wrote down their answers and created this collection of 30 favorite toddler songs.

30+ songs for 2 year olds

 

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30 Favorite Toddler Songs

 

  1. Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed
  2. Way Up High in the Apple Tree
  3. Little Bunny Foo Foo
  4. I’m a Little Tea Pot
  5. If You’re Happy and You Know It
  6. Icky, Sticky Bubblegum
  7. Peas Porridge Hot
  8. Old Mac Donald Had a Farm
  9. The Wheels on the Bus
  10. There Were Ten in the Bed
  11. Five Little Monkeys Swinging from a Tree
  12. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  13. The ABC Song
  14. Row, Row, Row Your Boat
  15. Five Little Ducks
  16. Two Little Blackbirds
  17. Five Speckled Frogs
  18. Tiny Turtle
  19. Wind the Bobbin Up
  20. This Old Man
  21. Jack and Jill
  22. Hickory Dickory Dock
  23. Driving in My Car
  24. Polly Put the Kettle On
  25. Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
  26. Incy Wincy Spider
  27. London Bridge
  28. The Ants Go Marching 
  29. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
  30. Little Green Frog

 

Did we miss some of your favorite toddler songs? Let us know in the comments!

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Winter Activities for Preschool Circle Time

When planning winter activities for preschool circle time, we make sure to include kids songs, stories, and learning ideas. Circle time is a great way to help build language and social skills while also learning new concepts. Each day our preschoolers hear at least one story, sing songs and/or recite finger plays, have the opportunity to hold and flip though books, and have short discussions. Some days we also have one sharing person and we will also play a large group game or involve all the children in some sort of activity.

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Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

We  love using bells year round, but especially before Christmas, when we actually devote a week to it. We have bells at the science center, bells in the sensory bin, even bells in the block corner with Magnatiles! So when I saw the book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell, I knew it would be a great way to add some literacy to this theme. I thought of a way to make easy Christmas jingle bell sticks that we could use while reading the book.

Fun, right?

I’m not sure what the preschoolers loved more: making the jingle bell sticks or ringing them while reading the story. What a great addition this was to our jingle bells theme!

 

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

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Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

What we used:

First, paint the sticks. We gave our preschoolers a choice of red and/or green.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

Let them dry.

Then, attach the jingle bells.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

I asked each preschooler to choose 4 jingle bells.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

Then it was time to thread the bells onto the chenille stems. This can be a bit of a challenge, so I was there if some help was needed.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

After the bells were threaded on the chenille stem, it was time to secure them to the stick.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

We taped one end of the chenille stem to the stick and then wrapped it around several times.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

You can secure the end of the chenille stem with more tape, or wrap it around itself a few times.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

How we used these jingle bell sticks:

As we read the book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell, we rang our bells every time I read the words “swallowed a bell”. This is a great way work on comprehension skills and figuring out what comes next.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

The jingle bell sticks can then be taken home to enjoy with family while singing Christmas carols.

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

Easy Christmas Jingle Bell Sticks

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I Want to Be a Drummer Activity

Have you ever noticed how excited preschoolers get when they can make their own creations? Even with all the fancy toys out there, give a young child some basic materials and watch what they can do with them. During group time, I put together an I Want to Be a Drummer activity, based on the new book by Mark Powers, I Want to Be a Drummer.

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

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I Want to Be a Drummer Activity

During our morning meeting, I read I Want to Be a Drummer to our preschoolers.

We learned that young Daniel wants to be a drummer, but he doesn’t have any drums. However, that doesn’t keep him from making his own! We watched as Daniel searched his house for items he could use to build his own drum set.

Afterwards, we talked about how we don’t have a drum set in our classroom. How could we make our own?

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

We gathered some materials from our classroom and spread them out in the middle of our circle time area.

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

I called the children in groups of 4 to see how they could make a drum from the materials we collected.

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

One of my favorite parts of activities such as this is how the children collaborate. While they are working together to come up with a solution, they are building their communication skills.

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

I love how each group moved the materials around to find what worked best for them.

I Want to Be a Drummer preschool activity

So now it’s your turn! How would your children make their own drums?

 

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Easy Ways to Use Rhythm Sticks in the Classroom

Children love percussion instruments, so the first ones we use are rhythm sticks. They are easy to hold and simple to use. And there are so many benefits! So now you are looking for easy ways to use rhythm sticks in the classroom.

I’ve got you covered!

Over the years of using rhythm sticks in our toddler and preschool classrooms, I’ve found that simple is best. The children are working hard to listen to the beat and/or words and also following my lead. I wanted activities that involved changing tempo and direction, but not too quickly.

Rhythm sticks are also a great way to help active children slow down and focus. (This is probably my #1 reason for loving them!)

 

If you have an extra wiggly group of children, hop on over to this post to see our favorite songs that burn energy!

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Rhythm sticks are a good instrument to start with because they are so versatile. Part of the percussion family, these sticks are tapped together to make sounds.

Using rhythm sticks helps develop:

  • Fine motor development and hand-eye coordination
  • Language development and listening skills
  • Rhythm, beat, and tempo
  • Creative thinking and problem solving
  • Early brain development
  • Directionality (up, down, forwards, backwards, etc.)

 

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Getting Started

 

Start with the basics: Show your children how to use rhythm sticks with these basic motions that start with one hand and then two. (Source: Learn, Play, Imagine)

I have our toddlers sitting on our oval rug and our preschoolers sitting on their stools, as they do during circle time.

As I pass out each set of rhythm sticks, I have the children place them on the floor in front of them. I first demonstrate how to use the sticks, making sure they understand not to hit another child with them. (This is an excellent lesson in spatial awareness.) When I pick up my sticks, they pick up theirs and we place them in our laps. We don’t start using them until the music starts, and we follow along to the beat and words (if applicable).

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How to Make Math Fun for Preschoolers

Learning how to make math fun for preschoolers can feel like a challenge. Do you sit them down and do flashcards? Or what about worksheets?

Are they having fun? Is this enjoyable?

The key to getting young children excited about math is to make it fun so that they don’t even realize they are learning something. There is no pressure. No drilling. And you certainly don’t need flashcards and worksheets.

I’ve put together a collection of activities that will build that foundation for kids to enjoy math. Take a look and let me know which ones you try!

 

 

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How to Make Math Fun for Preschoolers

 

Counting and Playing with 10 Ducks: We love putting together activities based on favorite counting picture books. This sensory math play is based on Eric Carle’s book 10 Rubber Ducks.

Roll and Dot the Number: This is a good game for preschoolers who can identify numbers 1-6. The child rolls the die and then identifies the number represented by the dots on the die. They find that number on the free printable that is provided and stamps it with a marker. (From Mom Inspired Life)

Race to Fill the Cup: Any small items and a cup work fine with this game. The first person to fill the cup wins! (From Frugal Fun for Boys)

Rainy Day Math Game: Here’s a fun a weather game that encourages your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning. (From My Nearest and Dearest)

Counting and Measuring with Lego: I love how easy this is! If you have Duplo bricks, you can write directly on them – numbers are on one side and dots (to count) are on the other. Go as high as your child is ready for. (From The Imagination Tree)

Ladybug Number Game: Using craft sticks and ladybug clothespins, recognize the number on the stick and place that many ladybugs on it. What I love is that this can be adjusted for your child’s counting skills. (From Housing a Forest)

Bug Math Game: This game is perfect in your learning center or on the kitchen table. Roll the die, count the bugs, and put them in the jar. (From the Measured Mom)

Roll a Duplo Tower: Roll the die and see who can build the tallest tower! Lego lovers will especially enjoy this construction game. (From Stir the Wonder)

Fishing Math Game: Practice 1:1 correspondence and color recognition while fishing for numbers. You can even decorate your own fishing pole! (From Buggy and Buddy)

Pom Pom Counting Activity: This is a simple DIY idea that also strengthens fine motor skills while using tongs. (From Laughing Kids Learn)

Here are other fun ways to add math to your preschooler’s day:

Involve them in cooking and baking, sort laundry, weigh produce in the store, count steps while going up the stairs, play board games, and read picture books that involve counting!

 

Bonus! Grab these themed monthly counting cards!

Preschool Counting Cards Printable

Thirteen sets (143 pages) of monthly card sets, one for each month of the year.  For the years in which Easter falls in March, there is an alternate set that can be used.

They’re perfect for practicing those beginning numbers with toddlers and preschoolers!

Each number prints on its own page and includes large, clear images that make it easy for little ones to practice counting!

For only $4.00 download your PDF digital bundled pack now!

 

You can find even more math ideas on my pin board!

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Music for Energetic Kids When You Are Stuck Indoors

You are cooped up indoors and need to get those kids moving. You might not even have a lot of space. This is when you could turn on the perfect music for energetic kids.
 

Our preschool resides in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. It rains. Okay, it rains A LOT. And while we do take the children outside as much as possible, we still need more activities indoors to let them release that energy. I keep our favorite songs in our classroom, but also take them to the gym for even more movement.
 

These get-up-and-move songs are also handy when you have to wait in between transitions. You know, those times when a child needs to use the restroom just as you are about to line up to go outside. Young children do not like to wait, and don’t normally do it well. Why not try singing and moving to one of these songs instead?

 

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Music for Energetic Kids

 

  1. Shake My Sillies Out

  2. Hokey Pokey

  3. If You’re Happy and You Know It

  4. The Farmer in the Dell

  5. Bunny Hop

  6. We’ll All Join in the Circle

  7. Do Your Ears Hang Low

  8. The Mulberry Bush

  9. Punchinello

  10. I’m a Little Teapot

  11. Everybody Dance

  12. Wiggle and Freeze

  13.  Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

  14. Ring Around the Rosy

  15. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Turn Around

  16. Jack in the Box

  17. Doctor Knickerbocker

 

 What action songs do your preschoolers love? Please let  me know in the comments section!

 

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Learning Songs for Circle Time

Music has a special place in each day of our toddler and preschool classes. I enjoy using a variety of songs during our day, but I am especially fond of learning songs for our circle time. These songs teach concepts, build language, strengthen social skills, and build confidence. Music also has a way of settling energetic children as they focus on the rhythm.

 

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Music is special for our young children. We play soft classical music while involved in work and play activities, we sing as we clean up and transition to new activities, we enjoy our Friday music with the older pre-k class next door. We also sing during circle time. Sometimes we will use instruments. Or we’ll wave dancing scarves. Sometimes we move around the classroom while singing. We love music!

 

Learning Songs for Circle Time

 

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When I received a copy of The Seasons, a children’s CD by Nancy Kopman, I listened to all the songs while planning my toddler and preschool circle times. The first song on playlist, Clap Your Hands, was the perfect example of what I am looking for with these age groups.

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Everybody clap your hands.

Everybody go peek-a-boo.

Everybody go side to side.

Everybody go 1, 2, 3.

You can get an idea of how this song works in the video below. As you can see, even young toddlers have fun getting involved!

 

 

This was another favorite during our circle time:

 

Here is one more:

I would definitely recommend The Seasons for teachers, caregivers, parents, grandparents – anyone who spends time with young children!

 

Click on the songs below to listen and download:

 

Side to Side

Pat, Pat, Pat

Right and Left

Horsey Ride

 

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Parachute Games for Toddlers

We love music and movement with our toddlers! We all know how energetic these little people can be. Parachute games for toddlers channels that energy in creative ways. They are focusing on the rhythm, they are learning how to move with a group of children, and they are learning how to listen.

Have you noticed as soon as you take out the parachute you are surrounded by happy children? Yep, so have we!

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Benefits of parachute play:

  • Builds social interaction
  • Develops a sense of rhythm
  • Builds language skills
  • Encourages taking turns
  • Strengthens the upper torso

 

Parachute Games for Toddlers

Parachute Games for Toddlers

 

 

Parachute Games for Toddlers

 

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Favorite Preschool Fingerplays

Reciting our favorite preschool fingerplays is an important part of our curriculum. We not only perform them during circle time, but we use them during transitions throughout the day.

Preschool fingerplays encourage children to participate verbally, follow directions, learn number concepts, and follow directions. I keep a notebook of all our favorite fingerplays and songs that I can pull out at any given time. (This is especially helpful when we need to calm the children down.) I also have props to many of the fingerplays that I keep in a basket nearby.

While we love so many different fingerplays, I thought I’d share 5 of our favorites. I’m including various activities that you can do with each one as well. I hope you and your children enjoy these as much as we do!

 

Favorite Fingerplays for Preschoolers

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Favorite Preschool Fingerplays

Five Little Speckled Frogs

Way Up High In the Apple Tree

Five Little Ducks

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Five Little Monkeys

The Wheels on the Bus

 

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