Exploring shapes is a natural part of childhood and essential to any early learning environment.
This pack of 2D Circle Time Props and Posters is a great addition to any preschool program.
Use this set: as games, posters, and as teaching tools to help children learn about, compare, match, and sort the following 12-2D shapes: circle, heart, star, square, triangle, rectangle, diamond, oval, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon, octagon.
My Circle Time Binder combines your favorite circle time activities (Weather, Days/Months, Calendar Activities, Colors, Shapes, Letters, Who's Here, Counting, etc.) into a portable binder.
The binder is perfect for educators who: are limited on wall space, want to take their circle time on the go (outside, field trips, etc.) , or have varying ages in their home working on different skills. It's also a great option for educators who only have 1 or 2 children "ready" for Circle Time, or parents who are homeschooling their preschool aged child.
The circle time binder includes the following Pages:
Use these circle time rhymes to engage preschoolers in fun rhymes to support language development and togetherness. Use with a small group or one-on-one!
This set of Calendar Cards is a versatile tool for early learning! Use these calendar number cards in your pocket chart calendar, or as a linear calendar for group calendar.
These cards can also be used to teach a variety of math skills including patterning, sorting/classification, and seriation.
Fingerplays, Songs, and Rhymes are a great way to build language & literacy, fine motor, gross motor, and creativity skills for preschoolers.
Simply add theses full page song cards to your own binder, and your favorite fingerplays, songs and rhymes will always be at your fingertips. In addition to full page song cards featuring a fun image and the lyrics-this set also includes a set of song choice mini cards that the children can use to select their own music for the day.
Invite your preschoolers to get moving and create musical patterns with instruments. Preschoolers are learning all about patterning. Combine that learning with musical instruments to also support preschoolers in learning to follow a beat!
This activity is great for use during
Circle Time or any time you feel like getting musical!
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