Here is a fun shape building and recognition activity for preschoolers.
Popsicle, or craft sticks, are a common material in preschool classrooms. Put them to use with these activity mats.
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Your preschooler is going to love this name practice activity!
This activity combines 3 things that every preschooler loves: bubbles, daubers, and (most importantly) their name!
Print out plenty of copies to keep your writing center stocked all year long.
This free PDF is editable, so you can insert each child's name at the top of the page for them to trace and reference during the activity.
Take time to explore hibernation and where some animals sleep in the winter with preschoolers. Take a closer look at the 4 activities included inside this printable winter homes set...
Invite children to be a partner in reading a story with the included Rebus Story "The Bear's Long Winter Nap" in which a bear prepares for hibernation. Rebus Stories support children as they learn that print carries meaning.
As children follow along they are learning:
One of the best ways to be prepared as a teacher is by having your preschool lessons planned. Whether you like to plan on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly basis- having a plan will help keep your teaching deliberate, in sequence, and focused on children's needs. Here are my top reasons for planning your preschool lessons and ideas for getting it done without feeling overwhelmed.
Whether from a book or on a nature walk learning about the forest is so fascinating! There is so much to experience in the forest.
Pull up a comfy chair and one of these great books to start your exploration.
Sort and classify animals 6 different ways! Preschoolers love animals, this pack supports preschoolers as they discover traits of different animals. These activities are a great way to spark discussion about why different animals have different features.
This printable pack includes...
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