Summer is just around the corner which means it's time for Frog Street SPLASH 2017! Summer for me is filled with laying by the pool, family trips, and teacher conferences. This year I'm super excited to be a blog ambassador and attend the Frog Street SPLASH conference. It will be July 13 - 15 at the beasutiful Gaylord Texan in Gapevine, Texas.

One lucky teacher will be able to attend for FREE. Head over to my Facebook page HERE and enter to win! One winner will be chosen on Sunday, April 30 at 7 pm (central time).  
Disclosure: This giveaway was sponsored by Frog Street who has donated one SPLASH 2017 registration. 
FREE desert art pattern plus all my go to ZOO themed activities (math, literacy, fine motor, science, sensory) for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten

Zoo one of my student's favorite themes of the year. It's a fun and engaging theme for students and teachers alike. I mean who doesn't just love all those cute and adorable zoo animals. Be sure to grab the Desert Art Freebie later in the post too! It makes the cutest bulletin board and it's a great scissor skills activity too!

Zoo Dramatic Play! How to change the dramatic play center into a zoo and embed STEM and literacy into their play. Perfect for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.

Turn your dramatic play center into a ZOO! Trust me, it is amazing and your students will LOVE it (and learn a ton too). It's a theme you can do anytime during the year. I usually do ZOO toward the end of the year because the pretend roles and vocabulary are more complex.

Earth Day literacy, math, sensory, science, sensory, art, and fine motor activities and centers for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Plus FREE Earth Day vocabulary posters!

Every spring we should take the time to teach students all about to take care of our Earth and our environment. Nature is an amazing treasure and it is our job to take care of it. 
Go grab your plan book and let's plan for your Earth Day theme. Oh and don't forget to grab the FREE Earth Day Vocabulary Posters in this post too!

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