Torn Paper Bee Craft
The weather is warming up, which means our favorite flying friends will be buzzing around before we know it. This Torn Paper Bee craft is perfect for spring and summer in the preschool classroom. If you haven’t tried torn paper crafts with your preschooler yet, you are both in for a treat as they are so much fun!
Flowers and Bees Preschool Activities
One of the first signs of spring is seeing bees buzzing around flowers. Bees are fascinating creatures and preschoolers love to observe and learn about them. Having my Flowers and Bees Activity Pack on-hand will help you support your preschoolers interest in flowers and bees. This pack supports preschoolers in developing literacy, math, science, and motor skills while learning about flowers and bees!
Spring Preschool Sorting Mats
Learning to sort and classify date is a skill that children start to naturally develop very early in life.
Practicing these skills is important for preschoolers as they develop a solid foundation for learning more complex math and science skills later on.
Sorting is also a great time to talk about different shapes, colors, letters, sizes and other differences in objects.
These sets of Sorting Mats are perfect for children to practice their sorting skills this Spring!
Invite preschoolers to an art exploration that engages the senses and encourages children to create in a whole new way!
Engage in this fun activity with your preschooler that supports gross motor, fine motor, and math development.
This activity is great anytime of year, especially during spring along with your Flowers & Bees theme.
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