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  • Interactive Bulletin Board Ideas for Preschool

    Bulletin boards have always been a staple of preschool classrooms, but recently, teachers have begun creating interactive bulletin boards perfect for hands-on learning and creativity. When deciding on a preschool classroom theme many teachers may wonder “what is an interactive bulletin board?” or “how is it different from a regular bulletin board?”

    Preschool
  • Busy With Bubbles!

    Summer is the perfect time to take children outside for fun and fresh air! Bubble activities for kindergarten are an easy and engaging way to get your little ones learning through play. Bubble art activities are just one of many ways you can get your students excited about the outdoors, all while encouraging social-emotional development and exploration.

    Elementary
  • Earthworms, Ladybugs and Other Critter Observations

    Bugs are a great way to introduce outdoor activities for preschoolers to your little learners. Toddler outdoor activities let kids explore the world around them all while practicing observation, investigation, and problem solving skills. Science for kids is the perfect way to introduce science concepts to children through fun activities that nurture children’s natural sense of curiosity.

    Preschool
  • Oooey Gooey Activities for International Mud Day

    June 29th is International Mud Day! Children love playing in the mud and exploring the natural world around them, but for many children this messy activity is off limits. Sometimes the best fun is the messiest, and International Mud Day activities are a great way for children to create, explore, and learn through play all on their own terms which makes the mess worth it. 

    Preschool
  • Developing Problem Solving and Reasoning Skills with STEM

    With STEM education playing a larger role in children’s learning than ever before, many parents and teachers may find themselves concerned about the impact STEM activities may have on the importance of play in early childhood learning. However, STEM education is the perfect supplement to classroom learning centers as it naturally supports children’s interests and curiosity in the world around them.

    Preschool
  • How to Get Kids Excited About Healthy Eating (Hint: It Involves Cooking)

    Getting young children interested in healthy eating is no easy task! When compared to junk food or sugary snacks, fruits and vegetables aren’t very attractive choices to kids. But, healthy cooking activities for kids are a wonderful way to interest your little ones in healthy eating and bring some fun experiential learning into your kitchen.

    Preschool Elementary
  • Science Explorations for Spring

    Spring preschool activities are a great way to add fun science learning to the day! Science activities for preschoolers introduce them to scientific thinking through hands-on explorations. Gryphon House authors have hundreds of science experiment ideas and science activities for kids. Explore our spring science experiments for preschoolers with this fun, free activity from Science--Not Just for Scientists! Easy Explorations for Young Children, by Leonisa Ardizzone, EdD.

    Preschool
  • F is for Frog!

    April is National Frog Month! Frog science activities for preschoolers are a wonderful way to teach children about sequence, and develop their skills in observation and critical thinking. Science activities for kindergarten classrooms can be more advanced to meet the level of older learners but they still serve the same purpose: to teach children important science concepts while having fun! 

    Preschool
  • Spring Showers and Other Weather Lessons for Kids

    After a long winter, spring is a welcome opportunity to take learning outside and let your students explore the world around them! Spring is full of learning possibilities. For example, a conversation about spring showers is the perfect way to start a lesson on the water cycle - the choices are endless

    Preschool
  • Making STEM Education a Part of Playtime

    STEM activities are a natural fit for learning centers focused on helping children learn through play. Science allows children to explore, inquire, and build knowledge through experiences. The integration of STEM education in the early years exposes children to new methods of problem-solving and learning through their own curiosity. 

For teachers looking to build a well-rounded curriculum, Gryphon House authors have used their science and early childhood education expertise to develop more thoughtful science experiments for kids and toddlers. Our collection of experiments helps to encourage children to grow into young investigators through hands-on exploration exercises. For younger children, our preschool science experiments offer avenues to leverage children’s curiosity and energy. Through these exploration activities, children learn investigative concepts by moving around, and through traditional observation.

By using active, engaging science activities, children are encouraged to experiment, discover, and analyze. With Gryphon House’s books and free resources, educators can integrate STEM methods into daily or weekly activities. Our available resources also lead parents through easy to follow science activities for toddlers, in order to help foster their child’s continued science education at home. Take advantage of children’s natural curiosity through our free, hands-on science activities. Our explorations cultivate young minds by encouraging children to question and explore their surroundings.

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