If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m a real fan of the great ideas and printables I find online. I love how simple they make it for teachers and parents to create attractive, inviting activities for school or home.
Today, I’m excited to be sharing links to two free printables that work well for creating a Montessori-inspired activity tray for winter. At PreK + K Sharing, I tell how I used the printables to create a Montessori-inspired activity tray that can be used for preschoolers at different ages and ability levels. I have a number of photos and ideas for creating and presenting a Montessori-inspired snowman color activity along with variations.
2011 Edublog Awards – Top 5 in the Best Individual Tweeter Category!
I’m honored and absolutely thrilled to have made the Top 5 in the Best Individual Tweeter category in the 2011 Edublog Awards!!! A huge thanks to everyone who voted for me! I’m so excited that a number of my early childhood education friends made the top 5 in other categories, too! Congratulations to all the winners, finalists, and shortlisted nominees … so many awesome educators online!
Giveaway – Maestro Classics $48 4-CD Classic Pack for Kids!
If you haven’t seen my latest giveaway, sponsored by the award-winning Maestro Classics, be sure to check it out! One lucky winner from the U.S. or Canada will win 4 CDs that help children learn to appreciate classical music through music (by the London Philharmonic Orchestra) and story. There are even 4 entries that you can make daily until next Tuesday, December 20, at 10:01pm MST. Here’s the link to the giveaway: Giveaway – Maestro Classics $48 4-CD Classic Pack for Kids!
If you haven’t read my entire article at PreK + K Sharing yet, here’s the link: Montessori-Inspired Snowman Color Activities. (There’s even an idea for making it into a Christmas activity tray as well)! And be sure to check out some of the other posts while you’re there … there are lots of awesome preschool and kindergarten ideas at PreK + K Sharing! 🙂