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This STEM activity pack is a fun way for preschoolers to explore planning, predicting, recording data, and summarizing information.
Simply add colored cups and set up as a class activity, for use with partners, or as an independent play STEM kit.
Invite your preschooler to sort by shape and color in this engaging hands-on activity.
This printable pack has everything you need for your preschooler to practice multiple sorting skills.
Easily customize the sorting invitations for your child at a variety of developmental levels. This set can be used for children from preschool-kinder depending on their skill level.
This free set of editable Covid-19 Health and Safety posters will make it easier for you to communicate health and safety procedures with your clients.
Many childcare programs are implementing new procedures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The CDC has released guidance for childcare providers here.
As you begin to plan sure to check with your state & local health departments, and licensing departments to make sure you are up to date on the latest information.
Download this set for free
Outdoor Music Walls
Let's makes music...outside! One of the fun ways to integrate music in your outdoor space is by building an outdoor music wall. Music walls can be as simple or as complex as you choose.
Many of them can be created using old musical instruments, or a variety of recycled materials. You can attach items to your fence, or create a free standing wall. Provide a variety of drum sticks such as: wooden spoons, whisks or other kitchen utensils.
Check out the variety of music walls created by our readers below!
Teaching young children to read is such an exciting part of early childhood education!
Learning to love reading and value books starts way before children are ready to actually start reading. Encouraging reading starts in infancy and really takes root in the preschool years. Here are some ways to encourage and support early readers every day.
Teaching preschoolers about scientific processes is so much fun! Exploring fruit is a simple way to teach children basic scientific terminology, making observations, creating a hypothesis and asking scientific questions.
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