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 The polar bears at the zoo are one of my daughter’s favorite animals, so I knew she’d love a preschool week focused on Polar Bears!   To start off, we made some polar bear paintings. What You Need: What You Do: Mix an equal amount of glue and shaving cream in a bowl.  You don’t need …

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B is for Birds! How’s the weather in your neck of the woods? Have you gotten a lot of snow yet?  How about cold temperatures?  Sometimes things get so bitter cold around here I wish I was a hibernating or migrating animal too!  Of course, not all the animals head underground or towards warmer climates. …

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Did you know that tomorrow is “Festival of Sleep” day?  What a great celebration!  Today I thought I’d gather up some fun activities so you can celebrate Sleep Day in style! Happy Snoozing! Decorations Bring out pillows and blankets from the bed room and make one GIANT bed in the living room. If you’ve got …

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I can’t believe how quickly December is flying by!  How have you been spending your days?  We made an Advent Calendar for the first time this year, but I cannot seem to find a suitable place to put the thing!  I think we’ll work on a hanging one next year! One of the things we’ve …

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Using these Christmas tree shapes is such a fun way to help preschoolers learn shapes, plus it’s an easy peasy and fun kids craft for Christmas–win win! Especially when we can use them to review our shapes! Seriously, teaching shapes with Christmas trees is so simple and a natural, hands on learning activity for the …

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