October 30, 2020


This week was all about pumpkins! We decorated pumpkins to take home and explored the inside and outside of a pumpkin! The outside was hard and smooth and the inside was wet and gooey. We took turns checking out the seeds that were inside and counting them.

October 16, 2020

Fine Motor Fun

Working in our journals and playing with playdoh is fun, but we are also secretly strengthening our fine motor muscles - the first step in learning how to write!

October 02, 2020

Color Mixing

After reading the books Mouse Paint and Little Blue and Little Yellow, we did our own color mixing just like in the stories. Instead of using paint brushes, we used our fingers to create some new colors. We started out with red, yellow and blue paint...and we were able to make orange, purple, green and brown by mixing them together!

September 18, 2020

Watercolor Painting

Notice how focused our little artists are while they are concentrating on trying out the watercolor paints - it was fun to mix the colors!

Cut and Glue

Here we are hard at work, learning how to use scissors and glue sticks! We cut strips of paper and glued them into our journals.

September 11, 2020

BNG 2020-2021

Our first week at Bloom 'N Grow Preschool was very exciting! We are getting to know our teachers, making new friends, learning our classroom routine and discovering all of the fun things to do at school! This is going to be a very fun year!

April 30, 2020

Springtime Learning!

So many wonderful photos of so many wonderful learners!!

We all LOVE to see you exploring, cutting, coloring, drawing, playing and SMILING!

Practicing letters! Looking good!

Hey, you did it! Small medium and large!! Way to go!

We can HEAR the laughter and happiness from this photo!

All the letter As!!! Yay! 

Ahoy! That is a FANTASTIC crown, matey!

That looks like a SUPER fun slide!

Playtime with siblings is so wonderful!

Exploring the house and learning about MAGNETS! Where did they stick, buddy? 

On the way to start a Greendale Village Scavenger Hunt!

I see EXCELLENT form cutting the paper!  Thumb facing UP is the way to CUT!