February is full of fun topics to explore such as love & friendships, groundhogs, dental health, the post office and more!
Here are a variety of ideas to keep your little ones engaged in early learning activities all month long.
Stephanie R. shared this activity. She colored the teeth on this doll for the kids to brush!
Member Karen J. created this great Smile Display! This is such a great display for parents, so much fun!
Learn how the New Year is celebrated in China with activities from the Pre-K Printable Fun Chinese New Year Activities Pack.
Lindsay C. shared these fun valentine's collages! What a clever way to use up extra materials!
Member Renee E's group created these fun Smiley Faces with Marshmallow Teeth
Set up a Post Office in for dramatic play, the Post Office Dramatic Play Pack makes this setup a breeze.
Community member Kyla M. invited her group to make heart-shaped bird feeders! This is a fun way to get kids involved with science, from the mixing and creating of the bird feeder to watching the birds eat their treat!
The kids at Building Blocks created heart suncatchers using a heart cutout, contact paper and scraps of paper.
Build CVC words using this Valentine's Day themed activity from the Pre-K Printable Fun Valentine's Day Activity Pack
Lauren B. shared this fun and easy shape matching activity! Kids love contact paper, this is such a great way to support preschoolers learning to identify the differences between shapes as well as sorting.
Linda P. set up this memory challenge. Such a clever way to support cognitive development! Items are set on the tray, the children memorize what is on the tray, then the teacher covers with a cloth while taking one item away. The kids then try to figure out which item is missing.
February is Dental Health Month! Member Lori C. supported her preschoolers in learning to floss using play dough and Duplos. Flossing can be a challenging skill, this is a great learning tool!
Belinda R. shared this great alphabet activity! Ice fishing with magnet fishing wands and magnetic letters! Such a clever idea!
Sheena W. read the book The Day it Rained Hearts to her preschoolers then invited them to make this fun craft.
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