If you're looking for engaging and easy prep preschool activities for your Squirrels and Acorns theme you've come to the right spot!
Fun and Easy Color Activities for Preschoolers
There are so many fun ways for young children to explore color! Color recognition is a very important early language, and math skill. Young children start to differentiate color around 18 months, which is about the same time they are beginning to recognize other attributes such as size and shape.
Although it may seem simple, learning colors is actually quite a complex and involved process as Preschool aged children are learn to identify, match, name, sort, and mix colors.
November Preschool Themes and Ideas
November is a fun month for preschoolers with so many exciting themes and activities. Below I'm highlighting a few favorite of our favorite November themes and engaging activities for the holidays.
Be sure to download our free fall inspiration guide at the end of this post! Inside you'll find some fun inspiration for fall, as well as a list of November Holidays and Observances.
Preschoolers love to cut and paste!
Cutting and pasting is an important skill for preschoolers to learn. Cut and paste activities are great for building finger dexterity and strength as well as hand-eye coordination,
Patterning activities are great for preschoolers!
Preschoolers are learning to recognize, describe, create, extend, and repeat patterns. Working on these skills supports preschoolers as they develop other essential skills for reading and math development such as sequencing, problem-solving, numeral and letter recognition, predicting, and more!
This cute Fall Patterning Activity set is great to set up in your classroom for all your Fall Themes. Laminate and use over and over, or set up as a cut-and-paste activity!
On my recent trip to the Dollar Tree I was inspired by all of the Halloween Items.
I ran across these stretchy spiders insects and knew I needed to create a Printable to share with you! My Dollar Tree had an assortment of creepy crawlies to choose from. For this activity I picked up some spiders, beetles, flies, and worms. These would be great to use for your Worms Snails & Slugs Unit as well.
For this Counting activity young children will have the opportunity to practice counting spiders or practice counting the bugs that get caught in the spiders web. Using the number cards provided, they will place the corresponding number of objects on the web mat.
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