Pumpkin Study

Our little learners are having so much fun with our pumpkin investigation, incorporating math, science, and STEM in our writing as we measured and weighed our pumpkins, guesstimated how many seeds our pumpkins would have, and finally got to see if our pumpkins would sink or float!

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P is for Pumpkin

Pre-k/ TK pumpkin study with the letter P. Creating our letters with different mediums and textures makes learning fun, especially with homemade pumpkin pie play dough! πŸŽƒpump1 pump2 pump3 pump4 pump5

Apple Study 2019

Apple lacing cards for extra fine motor practice Curtesy of the peaceful press.

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We concluded our multi-sensory Apple Study with homemade apple crisps that even kids can make! 🍎πŸ₯§πŸ


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Lunch Bento Box Ideas

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Back to School Shirts

It’s back to school season, and we’ve got these cute tees hot off the press for all our little learners! Classes are filling up, soΒ  email me for more info on classes and to reserve your spot today! πŸŽπŸ“πŸ“š


Breakfast Popsicles

Who said your kids can’t have popsicles for breakfast? Your kids will definitely be part of the clean plate club with these healthy watermelon & raspberry breakfast pops that we rolled in granola and shaved coconut for some protein and an extra crunch! πŸ‰ πŸ₯₯πŸ“πŸ‘©β€πŸ³

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Lavender Honey Ice Cream

Celebrating National Ice Cream Month and Sundae Funday with yummy homemade plant-based lavender & honey ice cream! The kids and I had as much fun making it as we did eating it! ❀️ πŸ‘©β€πŸ³πŸ¦

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Mat Man

Kinder friends love building our beloved Mat Man with our wooden Alphabet pieces. Through music and movement we learn counting, body awareness, positions in space, and crossing our midline. A precursor to drawing Mat Man with pencil & paper β€οΈπŸ“

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Sensory Sand

Homemade Sensory sand Play dough a staple in the little red school house this summer! Kids love to work on their fine motor by rolling out letters, and sight words.

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“O” is for Octopus

β€œO is for octopus” and these kinder cuties got to learn and write all about these fascinating creatures, and make an octopus of their own out of paper plates, with eight tentacles donning Cheerios. This was an awesome fine motor activity for the kids! β€οΈπŸ“πŸ™

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Adventures in the Schoolhouse is a multi-dimension, creative learning environment made for children like yours! Join our adventure as we learn through interactive play, multi-sensory projects, and intuitive lesson plans!

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