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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.
Learning to sequence and retell stories is an important part of learning to read.
Rebus stories are a good tool for teaching children to retell stories and pick out the parts of a story.
In this activity children read the story I Can Give My Dog a Bath with an adult. Then, they can identify the words and images in the word bank. Finally, they can sequence the events from the story.
**The sequence portion can also be done as a cut and paste activity.. There is both a color and a B&W version included
Set up engaging literacy activity invitations for your preschoolers with this set of activities. This set includes easy to set up activities as well as open-ended word wall cards to use with your own activity ideas.
This year celebrate Valentine's Day by reading and writing lovely stories with your preschooler. Read a story together about a Valentine's Day party then create your very own story about Valentine's Day. Imagine a fun party with family and friends or recall a fond memory from Valentine's Day to write about.
This pack has all you need to get the ball rolling!
Classic rhymes like Little Miss Muffet are excellent learning tools for preschoolers. Keep your preschooler engaged while learning new vocabulary, engaging in discussion, learning to retell & sequence a story and more!
Come along with Jack and Jill as they lead your preschooler on an adventure in literacy development.
This engaging set supports preschoolers as they learn skills such as: Making Predictions, Retelling a Story, Sequencing Events, Identifying parts of a story, Tracking Print, Engaging in Conversations and more!
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