|Our new rainbow maker. Uses stored solar energy to turn the crystal that send rainbows though the whole classroom.|
|The rainbows are hard to catch from ceiling to floor.|
These are the rocks that we collected this week. We were washing them, sorting them by colors, size and what type of rocks.
I also love to teach children all about crystals, light, healing and energy. We have a crystal basket where all the crystals are arranged in a display like a color wheel. I use the color wheels in many different situations. I like our room to be arranged with rainbows of colors and light.
|This is a beautiful book written by Peggy Christian about how to find a rock. We read this for our morning circle time and then went outside to explore all the many different rocks we could find.|
To conclude today was our full moon party and we created pastel moonlight paintings.The children had a wonderful time making them and they turned out beautiful.
It never fails me how children spark my imagination as a teacher. They also just seem to know my favorite subjects to teach. I love beauty, calmness and light in the early childhood classroom.
You might try some of these projects and let me know how it is going in your home or classroom.
Joy to you