Going on a picnic in the Summer is such a fun activity! This pack explores Picnics, Ants, & Watermelons!
Inside each of my activity packs you will find an assortment of easy to assemble printable activities. You can easily turn these activities into a variety of hands on learning centers. Use them to create tot trays or file folder games.
When preschoolers engage in these fun activities they are developing important social, fine motor, math, and literacy skills.
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We are reaching the last few days of summer, but you should still have some nice days left to enjoy a picnic with your preschooler! One of my favorite picnic stories isThe Bear's Picnic, by Stan and Jan Berenstain. In this delightful story the Bear's go on an adventure to find just the perfect picnic spot.
To compliment this Berenstain Bears classic story, (and your picnic lesson plans!) I've created this free printable picnic blanket weaving craft template.
Paper weaving is a great hands on paper craft to build fine motor skills, and is also a fun way to explore patterns!
Preschoolers are learning all about numbers and counting. Pair their love of learning with a fun picnic theme to learn some of the different ways numbers can be represented.
Children work to sort the 7 different picnic food items to each mat for numbers 1-10.
Children love to learn about creatures in the garden. Inside my activity packs you will find a variety of Math, Literacy, Fine Motor, and Science activities perfect for creating centers, file folder activities, or morning work for the preschool aged children in your care.
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.
One of the first signs of spring is seeing bees buzzing around flowers. Bees are fascinating creatures and preschoolers love to observe and learn about them. Having my Flowers and Bees Activity Pack on-hand will help you support your preschoolers interest in flowers and bees. This pack supports preschoolers in developing literacy, math, science, and motor skills while learning about flowers and bees!
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