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Martin Luther King Jr. Preschool Activities + Free Printable
Are you looking for some preschool resources to help you teach about Martin Luther King Jr. ? For preschoolers, breaking down the big concepts into small lessons can make a great impact. We can begin by introducing who MLK Jr was and how he had great hopes and dreams for the world children grew up in. We can use his tremendous efforts to teach little learners how to make the world a better place.
Create Snowflake Patterns
Creating patterns is a fun and educational activity.
There are so many fun ways to use these Snowflake Pattern Mats with preschoolers!
Setup is easy too, simply print and set out with your favorite manipulatives.
Patterning activities are great for preschoolers!
Preschoolers are learning to recognize, describe, create, extend, and repeat patterns. Working on these skills supports preschoolers as they develop other essential skills for reading and math development such as sequencing, problem-solving, numeral and letter recognition, predicting, and more!
This cute Fall Patterning Activity set is great to set up in your classroom for all your Fall Themes. Laminate and use over and over, or set up as a cut-and-paste activity!
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Patterning is an important skill for preschoolers to work on.
Understanding patterns gives preschoolers a solid foundation for learning more complex math skills and for developing reading skills.
This fun crayon patterning activity supports preschoolers as they learn AB and AAB Patterning.
Musical Instruments Sound Patterning
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!
Get little bodies moving and making a rhythm with this fun activity!
This activity is great for children that are preparing to learn to read.
Rhyming and patterning games support children in developing cadence and pacing necessary for reading.
Children from toddlers to school age will have fun with this one.
This 7-page digital pack includes the following printables:
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