Our welcome table:
We display a few items that hint to what we will be exploring. Our preschoolers find their names on the clipboard and draw a line across the page from left to right, or they write their names.
Our reading and writing corner:
Fresh flowers and books are displayed. The framed pictures our of the teachers’ families. Our writing table is in this same small, cozy area.
Spring artwork on the wall:
Those of you who have followed me for awhile know I feel about displaying the children’s work as much as possible. Sometimes I will display work from a previous year, such as the bird houses shown below. Our previous students are very much still part of our family, and I love to keep their work alive!
Twigs from outdoors with some wooden Easter bunny eggs and an Easter book.
Spring science shelf:
We have a small science shelf that is in our block corner, due to a smallish classroom, as I’ve mentioned before. We love to include something living, photos, books, and any other props that enhance exploration.
Dramatic play area:
We asked our preschool families to share cuttings from their favorite plants, and we displayed them on top of a shelf in our dramatic play area. Once again, books are included.
Here are more ideas you will enjoy:
My favorite teach resource books:
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