Play dough is a staple in many early learning environments. Preschoolers love to manipulate play dough in a variety of ways. In addition to being tons of fun, playing with play dough is a super workout for little fingers.
Use these counting mats with your favorite dough recipe, or your favorite math counters such as pom poms or mini erasers. As a bonus, this activity helps build both math, and motor skills.
As a previous childcare provider, I know how much time I scoured the internet trying to find Free and DIY Budget friendly options for my learning spaces.
Below you will find some fun DIY educational activities and games created by educators inside our Pre-K Printable Fun Community.
I love to highlight some of the unique and create ways our Pre-K Printables Club Members set up and store our products!
Below you can take a peek and see how our members are using the Pre-K Printable Fun activities in their programs!
Not a member? Find out more about joining our Pre-K printables club! Many of these printables can be purchased separately in my shop, but some of them are currently club member exclusives!
Exploring shapes is a natural part of childhood and essential to any early learning environment.
This pack of 2D Circle Time Props and Posters is a great addition to any preschool program.
Use this set: as games, posters, and as teaching tools to help children learn about, compare, match, and sort the following 12-2D shapes: circle, heart, star, square, triangle, rectangle, diamond, oval, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon, octagon.
Spring is the perfect time to explore rainbows! This Rainbow themed printable activity pack helps preschoolers build a variety of math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
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