Preschool Apple Science Activities
Investigating fruit with preschoolers offers many fun opportunities to explore the scientific process and learn more about this tasty fruit.
This Apple Science activity pack makes investigating apples easy for preschoolers and their educators.
This printable pack has a variety of colorful posters, step-by-step instructions, and recording forms.
Planning and growing a garden presents numerous learning opportunities for preschoolers.
The Pre-K Printable Fun My Garden STEM Activity pack is great for supporting preschoolers as they plan and build their garden. This pack can be used for the entire process. From the beginning with learning all about various related vocabulary and tools with conversation cards, to the planning stage, planting the garden, and the ongoing care of the garden.
This 64-page activity pack explores some of our favorite fruits & vegetables!
All of my activity packs include a variety of games and activities. These activity packs are perfect for tot trays, or file folder games. These hands on activities help your pre-k students build math and literacy concepts such as letter identification, vocabulary words, one to one correspondence, shape recognition, counting,and shapes. You will also find fine motor, science, and color identification activities.
Preschoolers love science experiments!
This experiment with lemons is simple and easy to set up for independent exploration and investigation.
And the best part, it uses items you likely already have in your kitchen!
Natural Scented Play Dough Recipe
Preschoolers love play dough, it’s a childhood favorite for good reason..
For educators the best part is all the skill development and strength building that happens when our young learners manipulate play dough.
Homemade play dough is easy to make, and as you will find out with this recipe, it can smell ah-mazing!
Free Fruit and Vegetable Photo Cards
This free set of fruit and vegetable photo cards can be used to create a variety of fun low cost early literacy activities for your preschoolers!
In addition to using these as vocabulary cards, you can also use them to create 3 part cards, or print two copies to play a simple memory game.
Below you can find two more activities that I created by pairing these free cards,
with a few low cost items from the dollar tree.
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