Monkey See, Monkey Do!!!

Welcome back friends as we continue our lessons about exploring the rainforest with our preschool curriculum Experience Early Learning.

Today in our blog I would like to share our monkey see monkey do day!!!

Monkeys are surely cute and definitely an animal that toddlers love!!

During circle time today I introduced that monkeys are another animal that we would see in the rainforest. We opened up discussing what sounds do you think a monkey makes?

I invited the children to pretend they are monkeys and swinging their arms while making sounds.

Monkey Tease

Supplies

• stuffed animal monkey

• One sheet of paper ( per child)

Do together

• What do you think it means to tease someone? How can teasing hurt someone?

• Recite the poem together. After the poem, discuss what might have happened if the monkey invited the Jaguar to play with him instead of teasing him.

Monkey tease pome

Five little monkeys swinging in the tree,

Teasing, “Mr. jaguar can’t catch me!”

Along came Mr. jaguar, quiet as can be,

And he scared one monkey right out at the tree.

Four…

Three…

Two….

One….

No more monkeys swinging in the tree,

Teasing “Mr. Jaguar can’t catch me!”

Along came Mr. jaguar, quiet as can be,

He yawned and stretched, then napped in the tree.

This Pome from our preschool curriculum is a lot like the song five little monkeys swinging from the tree, teasing Mr. alligator can’t catch me, no you cant catch me!!! …… that is one of our favorite songs here at my house so of course we had to sing that song as well!!

Here is a glimpse into our Make and play creative art time from our Monkey Day!!!

Monkey Mask

Supplies ( EEL)

• Monkey mask

• Yarn

Your Supplies

• Crayons/markers

• Tape

• Popsicle stick ( To make a stick puppet in case children don’t like things wrapped around their head)

Discuss

• what do you think monkeys like to eat? What is your favorite food? Where do you think monkeys find their food?

Make

• Color the mask to make it look like a monkey. For younger children I outlined the monkey face.

Play

• where are the mask and pretend to be monkeys hunting for food.

• Go outside and play “Monkey See, Monkey Do.“

• one child is the leader and the rest of the children follow or if you have Younger children like me you can be the leader the whole time. This game is great for listening skills!!!

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Its getting stormy

Welcome back friends!! This week with our experience early learning curriculum we learned about stormy weather. Learning about stormy weather can be fun but also challenging For children who have a fear of loud noises or the dark. During this week, children are able to talk about their fears by experimenting storms in creative ways through their five senses. Children will move like a flood, observe a “tornado” in a bottle, and listen to a thunder shaker. These sensory rich experiences help children make sense of abstract concepts related to weather.

Thunderstorms

We can hear thunder and see lightning. Thunder is a sound we hear when lightning strickes. Durning circle time we turned on some stormy weather sounds and used instruments to demonstrate a loud storm.

Thunder Shakers

Supplies (from EEL)

• cardboard tube

• Shaker mix (a few ideas. Rice, beans or rocks)

• Lids

Your supplies

• tape

• Crayons markers or paint

• Tissue paper (optional)

Discuss

• What noises can you make that is similar to thunder? How do you feel when you hear loud noises?

Make

• encourage children to paint the tube to look like a stormy sky. ( add tissue paper to the design, if desired.)

• Tape a lid to one end.

• Pour In Shaker mix then secure the open and with the other lid.

Play

• invite children to shake the instrument in a happy way. Then try shaking in a scary way.

• Shake a pattern ( e.g., shake, shake, pause; Shake, shake, pause.)

Hail

Supplies (EEL)

• rubber ball

• Paper

Your Supplies

• paint

• Cardboard box or tray

Set up

• set out Inspiration photo and supplies and put paper in a cardboard box or on a tray.

Prompts

• what do you see happening in the photo?

• What do you think will happen if you dip the ball in paint then drop it on the paper?

• How else could you paint with your balls?

• How do the balls remind you of hail?

⁃ my younger kids had a great time shaking many balls in a box and listening to the balls bouncing around. I explained to them that this sounds like a hail storm.

Hurricane

Supplies (EEL)

• inspiration photo

• Eyeshadow applicator

• Background paper

Your Supplies

• shaving cream

• Paint

• Trays

Set up

• set an inspiration photo an additional supplies.

Prompts

• what do you see happening in the photo?

• What is happening in your painting?

• What happens when you add paint to the shaving cream?

• How does your painting make you feel?

Observe : did the child hold the eyeshadow applicator with two fingers and move it to create a desired effect?

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Changing leaves

This week with our Experience Early Learning Curriculum, children learned how to predict, observe and share their findings. Topics, such as leaves changing colors, help children identify differences and think about why changes happens. Other natural changes include the cycle of night and day or migratory patterns .

Key Vocabulary words: Leaf, tree, flower, night, day, hibernation, migration, meteorologist.

Letter of the week: Uu

Phonic words: Umbrella, underwear, unicorn

Basic concepts: Orange, and Rectangle

Leaf Creatures

Supplies (EEL)

• Inspiration Photo

• Foam dots

• Background paper

Your supplies

• markers

• Glue

• Nature items: leaves, sticks

Set up

• set out inspiration photo, leaves, glue, and foam dots.

prompts:

• what will you make out of the leaves? Will you make an animal or something else?

• what other materials would you like to add?

We started this activity by reading the recommended book from our preschool curriculum called Leaf Man By. Lois Ehlert

Before reading the story, I encouraged the children to protect what might happen during the story, I encouraged the children to talk about the different pictures. After the story, discuss where they would like to go they were leaf man.

Next, we went outside to discover all the different colors of leaves. Each child collected leaves and we put them in a pile.

Lastly, we made our very own leaf creatures. I absolutely loved this activity think it turned out so cute!!!

Orange, Red, Green, Yellow, and Brown what color do you have???

We had a great time playing a game while we colored this giant paper leaf from our Preschool curriculum box. Each child had a certain color Crayon and when I called out their color they got to color part of the leaf. This was a great activity for children to visualize that each leaf is different and made of many colors.

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

When Autumn Comes

Hey friends welcome back!! This week we loved our Seasons week in our weather and Seasons unit with Experience early learning. I just love how I can adapt our preschool curriculum to any age group in my care. This week I had a very mixed age group ranging from 8 years old to 1 year of age.

Leaves turn red, orange, yellow, brown, painting the ground as they fall. We spent our morning walking outside exploring all the different colors in the leaves around us.

Stencil leaves

Stenciling is an art technique that creates designs by painting over shape cut outs. During this invention to create with Experience Early Learning , children explored the techniques of stenciling by painting inside the leaf stencil with a sponge. During this process, children may use their critical thinking skills to experiment with how to create the design of a stencil. By learning the specific art technique, children can then explore with creating their own stencils. With my younger group i used tape to hold down the stencil onto the paper. I also used some of the cut outs to make a 3D affect.

Here is one more fun fall craft we created with our preschool curriculum!!!

Apple Tree

This apple tree craft was easy to create, and the finished product makes a great decoration for home or classroom bulletin boards.

Every child needs:

• Sheet of paper ( we used blue )

• Brown paint

• Paint brush

• Green tissue paper

• Glue

• Red Pom-poms

The first thing I asked the children to do is make a tree trunk and branches…. if pleased.

Next, the children used their creativity and use the green tissue paper to finish three.

Next we read the book How do Apples Grow. By. Jill McDonald Hello, World! How Do Apples Grow? https://www.amazon.com/dp/0525578757/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_-tDKFbZEEJ44P. Lastly we went back to the table and added apples…. ( red pom-poms ) to our trees.

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Weather

Hey friends welcome back!! This week at Mrs.Kats Kids we learned about Weather!! Our Curriculum rocks!!! Check out what we did this week. We discovered the natural world with studying the sun, wind, clouds, snow, and rain.

The Sun and moon

Durning circle time we discussed how the sun rises in the morning and sets in the evening. I invited children to raise up and stand like the sun and then to set like the sun by slowly crouching low.

Next we went to creative art and made a sun and moon.

Sun & Moon

Supplies (EEL)

• paper plate

• Paper

• Soufflé cup

Your Supplies

• Paint (yellow, gray)

• Markers

• Scissors

Discuss

• when we see The moon, we can’t see the sun. Where do you think?

Make

• invite the children to decorate one side of the plate as the sun and the other as the moon.

• explain that the earth spins, so during the day we see the sun, and at night we see the moon.

Play

• take turns telling and acting out stories about what happens when the sun is up and then when the moon shines.

Observe: how did the children use the materials? Did he communicate his knowledge about the sun and moon? How did he use the prop as a tool to help tell a story?

Cloudy Art

Supplies (EEL)

• Inspiration photo

• Eyedropper

• Background paper

Your Supplies

• paint (white and black)

• 3 paint bowls

• Water

• Sicissors

• Glue

• Shaving cream

Set up

• set out the inspirational photo and additional supplies.

• Make three painting substances: One just paint with mixing white and a drip of black so the color is gray, one white paint mixture with water, one equal parts white glue and shaving cream.

Prompts

• we talk about different types of clouds for example fluffy clouds, rain clouds, and gray clouds.

• What cloud shape will you create?

( my younger group had a hard time with the eyedropper so they mainly use their hands and they loved making the fluffy clouds )

• Clouds are made of water. How can you use the eyedropper to put water on your cloud.

We also ended our week by making some fun tie-dye snowflakes. Check them out!!

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Cant wait to share more fun activities with our preschool curriculum experience early learning. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Brushing Teeth

Hey Friends welcome back!!

We have been learning “all about me” and staying healthy with our experience early learning curriculum. Today i am going to share with you our dental health day.

During Circle time I introduced our lesson by asking a few questions. “How do you brush your teeth? What do you use? Why do we need to clean our teeth?” I used A mega block with Play-Doh and we explored different ways to brush teeth: up and down, in circles, side to side.

Here is a little song I like to sing

Brush brush brush your teeth

brush them every day

up-and-down and all around

keep the sugar bugs away.

Today in Creative Art we did a really cute tooth brushing craft.

Brushing Teeth

Supplies (from EEL)

• Inspiration photo

• Toothbrush

• Paper tooth

Your Supplies

• paint

• Scissors

• Glue

• Mirror

Set Up

• set out the inspiration photo and additional supplies.

Prompts

• what shape are your teeth? What color are they?

• How many teeth do you have? Would you like to paint on the paper tooth?

• enamel keeps our teeth strong and healthy. How can you make enamel on your picture?

• Why do you think you have a tongue and lips? Will you add those to your picture?

( I have a younger group so i did not use the paint as enamel. We used the paint to simply practice brushing skills. Up and down, in circles, side to side.) This is another reason why I love our preschool curriculum so much because it can easily be adjusted to any age group.

Observe: does the child’s art communicate about his understanding of teeth?

Pulling Teeth (Table top math)

Supplies

• foam die

• Pulling teeth poster

• Beads

• Tweezers

How to play: (This can be independent play if you have older children or simply play together if you have a younger group. )

• set out the pulling teeth poster, beads and tweezers on the table for children to explore. ( I kept the beads in my hand to adjust this activity to be age-appropriate)

• Roll the dice and remove that many teeth with the tweezers.

• Encourage children to count the remaining teeth (beads).

Observe: observe how the child explores concepts of more and less. Does he add and remove teeth from the poster?

Time To Floss

Materials

• One large mega block

• Play-Doh

• Dental floss

• Simply show your child how to use the floss to remove the play dough.

• Having the children scoop the play dough out from in between the mega block is a great fine motor experience and it shows how important thorough flossing can be, especially if your child observes small pieces of play dough being left behind!

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Red and Yellow color sorting

Welcome back friends!! I am so excited to share some of my favorite activities From our Experience Early Learning curriculum. I absolutely love how each day we will have a section on circle time, creative art, Small Group, and table top math. Our Preschool curriculum is laid out for a fun filled day of learning.

Today I want to share with you one of my favorite table top math activities.

Plant a Flower

Supplies: from EEL

• paper flowers

• Craft sticks

Your Supplies:

• tape

• Dirt or sand

Set up

• tape a craft stick to the back of each flower

• Set out containers or a pot for children to put the flowers in.

Independent play

• Invite children to pretend to plant the flowers in the container by simply saying “Maddox will you plant a yellow flower.”

• Explore creating ABAB patterns, finding matching pairs of flowers, or putting certain amount of flowers in each pot.

BENEFITS OF SORTING COLOURS

• Fun, interactive and motivating!

• Great for fine motor development and hand/eye coordination.

• Self-correcting and problem solving.

• Literacy: Connecting the written word with the colour.

• Language skills: naming labelling and pronunciation.

Five Fine Flowers

Five fine flowers( in the tune of “ Frère Jacques”)

five fine flowers, five fine flowers,

Blowing in the breeze, blowing in the breeze.

Katie picked a red one, Katie picked a red one,

And it made her sneeze!

AH-chooooo!

• place flowers in a pot. You can use multiple colors or just focus on two certain colors. This activity has endless opportunities.

We also made some cute flowers

I have a young group so this was a great activity for learning colors. I gave each child a different color crayon to color their flower with.

hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Head, shoulders, knees, and toes this is what we wear!!

Welcome back friends!!! this week we talked about Clothing in our “All About Me” unit with experience early learning (formally mother goose time ).

Clothing invites children to build confidence with self-help skills, from independently choosing what to wear to putting on and taking off coats, shoes, pants and shirts. We discovered that clothing has many different purposes, like keeping us warm and how to properly use clothing in a every day routine. Learning about clothing also opens the door to exploring cultural preferences and traditions.

Triangle Hat

I sure do have a bunch of cute little kings and princesses. This activity is from experience early learning. The children use their fine motor skills by gluing the gems on. We discussed who do you think wears a crown? How do you think a crown should look? We then stapled the crowns together and sang a song called “ my hat, it has three corners”

My hat, it has three corners

Three corners has my hat

And have it not three corners

It would not be my hat

My hat, My hat, it has three corners

My hat, My hat, it has three corners

Make and play creative Art time!!

Shoe Design

Supples from EEL

• cardboard shoe

• Shoelace

• Crayons or markers

Discuss

• what type of shoes do you wear? How do you tie a shoe?

Make

• invite children to decorate and lace their shoe.

Play

• pretend your shoe lace keeps coming untied. Experiment with different ways to lace and tie it.

• Pretend to teach a stuff animal how to tie a shoe.

In creative Art this week with our preschool curriculum we experimented with dotdesigns and cheetah Fur. It’s so fun seeing the children’s creativity shine.

Table top math!!!

We had A great time matching socks!! This is always the first chore That I assign to my own children around age 4. Who knew chore can be games too!! lol

Supplies

• five pairs of real socks

• Basket

• Timer ( optional)

How to play

• Set out five pairs of Real socks on the table or floor.

• Encourage children to find two matching socks , Roll up the matching pair and toss into a basket.

• For increased challenge, encourage children to set a timer and try to match and toss the socks before the timer buzzes.

Observe: does the child match the socks? Does his interest increase when he use the timer? What does this tell you about the child.

Head-to-toe-bingo

• invite one child to choose a calling card and say it aloud. Children listen then look for a match on their mats. If a match is found, cover it with a chip. Play until someone covers three pictures in a row. For smaller children play together with one bingo Mat. Work together to find the matches. This game was great for listening skills and color recognition.

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.

As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children. #preschool #EELblogger Experience Early Learning | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

All About Me Week!!

I Was so excited when my Experience early learning (formally mother goose time) September box arrived!! I knew some fun changes were coming and I could not wait to revamp my circle time wall. I love all the bright colors and and I think adding pockets to the wall adds many opportunities for learning.

Here is my Amazon shopping list for my circle time.

First you need to buy a laminator I love this one AmazonBasics Thermal Laminator Machine & Thermal Laminating Plastic Laminator Sheets – 8.9 Inch x 11.4 Inch, 50-Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WR36926/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_VMtuFb6JHPD4J next I used E6000 E6000 231017 Adhesive – 1 fl oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CNUF9RE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_YNtuFb4NF6EPG to attach the laminated pieces to jumbo popsicle sticks and the shapes and continents to the white pockets. 100-Count Library Card Pockets – Self Adhesive Book Pockets, Library Card Holders, White, 3.5 x 4.5 Inches https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y225CN8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_HQtuFbQT9S56S Lastly, I used Velcro dots to apply everything on the wall. BRAVESHINE 36PCS Sticky Back… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084ZMXNFL?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share I have a very young group so they love to pull things off the wall. Using Velcro makes it easy to reapply and of course it’s laminated so it’s protected. I am just in love with my circle time area.

Now let’s dive in to what else is inside our experience early learning box. This months theme is all All About Me and we are focusing on body parts this week.

All about me Picture

I just love having family pictures in our Classroom these are super cute and a great way for children to recognize their names.

How long is your body??

The children had a great time measuring each other with blocks. It was really fun counting and comparing who is the tallest and shortest.

During small group time we had a great time identifying body parts. We Took turns using our I spy glass from EEL and used labels to identify the body parts on our Theme Poster.

This week in our Steam station we made noodle Brain.

These open-ended steam stations invite children to investigate, problem solve, and create. Experience early learning has provided a bundle of printable for each steam station. I cooked spaghetti noodles and placed it in a bowl. I asked the children “where do you think your brain is in your body?” Oliver said “ my tummy” and Katie said “ my foot” I then told everybody to put their hands on top of their head and I said “ that’s where your brain is.” I then explained that your head is hard and that is your skull. Your skull protects your brain like a super hero shield. Next I used the example of the bowl being your skull and the noodles is your brain. I showed pictures of a Skull and a picture of a brain. Then I asked our EEL Steam question “ How does your brain feel” The children took turns using their imagination on the way a brain would feel. This was a wonderful sensory activity.

Creative Art

During our creative art time we discussed how everybody looks different and we read the book I am enough By Grace Byers…… this book is amazing and I really think I’m going to incorporate it into our daily reading.I Am Enough https://www.amazon.com/dp/0062667122/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_GYtuFb0BBW6CC

Family puppet

During art the children explored cutting and curling paper and designed their own puppet. I do have a lot of young children so I pre-cut pants, lips, and shirts. After our puppets dried we had a great time putting together a fun puppet show.

X-ray

During creative art time I showed pictures of x-rays and ask the children to feel their skin and asked “ how do your bones feel under your skin?” Next I set out paper skeletons and let the children design their own x-ray.

We have had a blast this week learning and talking about our bodies. I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by Mrs. Kats Kids.


As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children.

Come be superhero’s with us!!

Welcome Back Friends!!!
We have officially started back to school here in Georgia. It’s been a crazy spring/summer but I am so happy to have a full Daycare again. This year we have many new friends and I can’t wait for you to get to know them this school year.

This month our theme is superheroes with Experience Early Learning ( formally Mother Goose Time) and this week is all about Superhero Dress-Up!!! We explored costumes and props some were capes, masks, belts, and glasses. We had so much fun making superhero gear now let leap into action and show you what we did.

Shield

Supplies: (from EEL)
• Paper shield
• Glitter

Your Supplies:
• Paint
• Glue
• Markers
• Tape

Discuss
• Ask “Why might a superhero need a shield?”

Make
• invite each child to decorate the shield with the first letter of their name or their full name

The kids loved it when I would say hooray hooray “ super Grady “ saved the day!!!

Table top math

This week with table top math we have been working on our shapes. We have been using magnetic shapes and we also played a very fun shape symbols game using magnetic wands.

The Magnetic wands came in our preschool curriculum box and the children have really enjoyed using them.

We also had fun making shaped Mask by encouraging children to find a certain shape and place it on the paper face. For my younger children I would lay out two options and ask them to pick. Example would be laying down a circle and a square then asking them to pick the circle and place it on the paper face.

Cape

Supplies: From (EEL)
• paper
• Ribbon

Your Supplies:
• markers
• Scissors
• Hole punch

Discuss
• Ask, “ what kind of capes would you like to have?”

Make
• If desired, trim the paper into a cape shape for each child

Play
• encourage children to wear their capes and pretending to fly.

Mask

Supplies ( from EEL)
• mask
• Elastic

Your Supplies
• paint or markers
• Obstacles:
Cones, boxes, blocks

Discuss
• Ask, “ where do you like to hide?”

Make
• invite children to decorate their mask with paint or markers.
• Help them thread and tied the elastic.

Play
• set up an obstacle course inside or outside. Invite children to wear their mask and navigate through the course while pretending to be superheroes.

Belt

Supplies ( from EEL)
• belt strips and buckle
• Velcro dots
• Jewels

Set up
• Please the Velcro dots on the end of the two paper strips.

Discuss
• Ask, “ what colors would you wear if you were a superhero?”

Make
• encourage children to decorate their belt buckles and strips with markers and jewels.
• Help each child assemble the belt with tape.

Play
• Imaginary play being superheroes. We also used this time to sing some of our superhero songs from experience early learning Digital music.

I hope you all had a great week and we will see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by.

As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, we receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, our opinions on amazing stuff for children are 100% our own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best judgement when planning activities for your children. #preschool #EELblogger Experience Early Learning | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram