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Having a morning sign-in and evening sign-out attendance routine is a great name recognition activity-kids just LOVE finding their names!
Place a Who is here Today? sign-in mat, and a Who is at home? sign-out mat in your welcome Area, or in a binder. As the children arrive in the morning they find their name on the "Who is at home?" mat and move their names to the "Who is here today?" mat (attach with Velcro). Likewise, in the evening, when they are ready to go home, they move their names again.
Seek and find activities are fun for kids of ages and full of learning opportunities!
Setup the checklist and poster for independent exploration, or create a fall scavenger hunt in your classroom by hiding the image cards for students to find, or use the checklist while out on a fall walk, or hide the image cards in a sensory table for discovery!
Learning their phone number and how to dial it on a phone (both landline and cell phones) is an important skill for preschoolers and kindergartners.
This fun worksheet is a great way to introduce phone numbers to young children. The worksheet is editable so you can type in their name for them to trace (or leave blank for them to write it in!) and type in their phone number for them to reference during the activity.
This fun preschool activity is great for Fire Safety Month, or anytime of the year!
Get children moving in a variety of ways while supporting shape recognition and talking about Fire Safety with this fun preschool game.
There are so many fun ways you can make printable activities more engaging. Below you can find 10+ ideas for how you can mix up your printable activities and make them more interesting for young learners. Many of these ideas are low cost, and can be re-used in your childcare program year after year-saving you time and money.
One important reminder! Please make sure the materials you are using are safe and appropriate for the ages you care for. Let's dive in!
This set of 4 printable Fall Rhymes is a fun way to add music and movement to your group time. These rhymes support your pre-k students in developing important math and literacy concepts such as letter identification, vocabulary words, rhyming, one to one correspondence, shape recognition, counting, and positional phrases.
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