Preschool activities don't have to put a strain on your budget. You can use a variety of materials found around your home, the dollar spot at Target, and the dollar tree to create your own educational games, and activities. Check out some of my favorite ideas below!
I have fond memories of sitting around my Grandma's dining room table with all of the grownups, playing a great round of go fish.
Little learners love card games! Not only are they fun, but Preschool aged children can also practice a variety of math concepts with a simple deck of playing cards. Below, I'm sharing 11 of my favorite card games for your your early learners!
Today I'm sharing a fun, low cost, fish bowl math one-to-one correspondence activity you can make for under $3! The Dollar Tree is one of my Favorite places to purchase items for DIY Educational Games, but it's quite possible you already have these items around the house or classroom already.
Creating specialty dramatic play invitations is so much fun! Play Stands including this Grocery Store from Melissa and Doug are so flexible, allowing them to be used to create a variety of pretend dramatic play spaces. If you don't have a Dramatic Play Stand try building one using my DIY Dramatic Play Stand Tutorial!
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With Summer in full swing it's a great time to plan some fun in the sun activities. This Beach inspired sand tray was created with items I picked up at the Dollar Tree and cost less than $5 to make!
This tutorial combines two of my favorite things:
the beach, and creating learning activities on a shoestring budget.
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