Here is a fun shape building and recognition activity for preschoolers.
Popsicle, or craft sticks, are a common material in preschool classrooms. Put them to use with these activity mats.
Preschoolers love to learn about measurement!
Teaching young children to sort objects by weight is a fantastic way to introduce children to the idea that objects can be measured in a variety of ways.
Keep reading for tips and ideas for introducing this concept to preschoolers.
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.
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Today I'm sharing this Free Martin Luther King Jr. inspired complete the pattern activity with you. Use it to compliment your Martin Luther King Jr. lesson plan, or to compliment some of your favorite books such as A picture book of Martin Luther King Jr. by David A. Adler, or the board book The Story of Martin Luther King Jr. by Johnny Ray Moore.
Take a look into the Arctic with this storytime activity for preschoolers.
These free Arctic Puzzles are a great companion to the book Into the Arctic by Roger Priddy.
Into the Arctic is an informational book that features arctic animals and their habitats through winter, spring, and fall.
The unique see-through portions on each page are a fun and interesting addition to this book. Challenge children to spot their favorite arctic animals and learn about some new ones!
After reading Into the Arctic, enjoy these free Arctic Animal number puzzles to support the content from the book and enhance numeral recognition skills, ordering, and problem-solving.
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