Preschool children love to learn about Pets and how to care for them. This 41-page activity pack focuses on some of our favorite pets.
The easy to assemble activities in this pack are designed to enhance several pre-k skills such as counting, shape recognition. color recognition, ordering numbers (1-10), Literacy Skills etc. You can use them to choice create Tot Trays (invitations to learn), as table work activities, place then in learning centers or turn them into file folder games.
There's nothing quite like the love between a young child and their pet!
Pets come in all shapes, sizes, and personalities. I've gathered a list of engaging books all about pets for you to explore with your preschooler.
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
Challenge your preschooler to create a cute paper plate pet!
Creating this little puppy is super simple and allows for children to easily customize.
Set up an invitation for your preschooler to (safely) investigate the parts of a rattlesnake! Preschoolers tend to fall into one of two groups when it comes to snakes. Pure fascination or utterly detest.
Fortunately there's a way for preschoolers to investigate, or at least observe, parts of a snake without actually touching a live snake.
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