Month: July 2010

Sensory Bin: Sink and Float

At our playdate today we did a sink and float activity where the kiddos took one object each and before placing their item in the water, they guessed whether it would sink or float. Then we made paper boats 🙂 Read more…

Paper Mobile and Flowers

I put together a little mobile the other day after I saw this lovely heart one on Magic Onions, and this flower one on Curiositys. I combined the two ideas to make the one you see here. The heart is made out of magazines and the flowers are made out of post-it notes (the kind […] Read more…

Our Circle Time Calendar

Finally! We’ve completed our circle time calendar. And it features both the lunar (Islamic) and solar (gregorian) calendars 🙂 Here are a few resources we’ve used:1. For the gregorian calendar: Apple Number printables, For the month headers I made my own in a word doc, and the day headers were already on my calendar 🙂2. […] Read more…

Ramadan Embroidery Wall Hanging

I embroidered a Ramadan Wall Hanging for a friend of mine out of felt 🙂 .. I think I might make another one for our home as well if I get a chance. I was inspired by this one that I saw via One Pretty Thing. Read more…

Accordian Garland

I had this shiny silver metallic paper I picked up from a free teacher resource centre and it’s been sitting in my cupboard for a while now, and I was finally inspired to put it to good use after I saw the accordian garland here on Ramadan Joy. This folding experience was new to A. […] Read more…

Math Jewel Strings

I realized that A. doesn’t recognize all her numbers yet so this was a great activity for practicing. All you need are jewel string necklaces which can be purchased at the dollarstore, then just cut the beads to correspond with number cards. I first saw this Jewels Strings idea on PreKinders, here. Happy counting! Read more…

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