This is perfect your your All About Me theme! Inside this pack children will explore healthy eating, caring for our bodies, parts of the body, and emotions.
This 61-page activity pack includes 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.
What's Included in this Pack...
This 61-page printable activity pack includes the following 18 activities:
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Barbell Shape Clip Cards
Lifting weights is great for building big muscles and these clip cards are great for developing smaller muscles and finger dexterity!
Work on these skills while also practicing shape recognition and matching.
Who’s fingerprints color matching Activity
Preschoolers will love this fun color matching game!
Provide a magnifying glass for children to also check out their own fingerprints.
Alternate Play: Provide ink pads in a variety of colors and challenge children to add their own fingerprints to each card in the matching colors.
Taking Care of My Body Match-up
There are so many ways that children can learn to care for themselves. This fun match-up game supports children as they learn just a few of the ways. These cards also promote conversations around ways to have a healthy body.
It's always fascinating to learn about what our bodies are made of! This fun activity supports children as they learn what the different bones in their body look like.
Just like we need tissues for the sniffles and soap to wash hands, we need fun ways to prepare for reading and writing!
Follow the lines from left to right with a marker to practice following lines from left to right and following a page from top to bottom.
Next, use scissors to cut the line for some added fine motor and hand-eye coordination development.
Counting fingers count and clip cards
One of the first ways preschoolers learn to count is by using their fingers, typically as a proud demonstration of their age!
Invite your preschooler to practice counting and number recognition using these count and clip cards. Add clothespins to add a fine motor component to this activity.
Skeleton Puzzles Ordering 1-10 numbers and words
Combine problem-solving, fine motor, numeral recognition, and ordering skills to complete these body puzzles.
Roll A Face game
This is a fun game that can be played independently or with a friend!
There are many ways to play this activity. Roll the playing cube and then...place the printable pieces on the mat, create the pieces from play dough, cut and paste the face pieces, or draw them in!
X-Ray counting Mats
Make no bones about it, this activity is simple learning fun!
Read the numeral at the top, then add counters of your choice to the mat to represent the number.
Happy Face Counting Mats with Frames
This colorful counting game will put a smile on your preschoolers face as they practice important math skills.
Ten frame activities are great for number recognition, subitizing, counting with 1:1 correspondence and more!
I know the parts of a face
For preschoolers recognizing parts of their body is an important basic skill. Invite your preschooler to show what they know with this activity.
Add some fine-motor and hand-eye coordination skill development by turning this one into a cut and paste activity.
Once your preschooler has mastered the names of their hands, mouth, nose, eyes, and ears challenge them to learn what they are used for. This self-correcting sorting activity encourages preschoolers to think about how they use their sense every day.
Extension: This is a good time to talk about differing abilities and Adaptive Equipment.
Healthy foods sorting mats
Challenge your preschooler to think about where their food comes from.
It's not uncommon for preschoolers to say their food comes from the grocery store, challenge them to think beyond the grocery store in this activity.
Whether you use the pyramid or plate method, teaching children about balance and portions in regards to nutrition is important for developing healthy bodies.
All about Me Coloring Page
Preschoolers love to share information about themselves!
Here is a fun activity sheet preschoolers can use to record information about themselves.
After completing share with a family member and/or add to their portfolio. This sheet can also be used during group time to share about themselves.
Happy Sad Clip Cards
Different activities and events can make people feel happy or sad...and sometimes other feelings as well. Invite your preschooler to share if they feel happy or sad during these 12 events.
Preschoolers can mark their reply with counters or pom poms or use clothespins to clip their answer.
At the Doctor's Office I Spy
Learning more about the environment and tools at the doctor helps children to feel more at ease when going to an appointment. This activity supports children's curiosity about their doctor and the tools they use when they give them a checkup.
Emotion Cards Memory Game
This set of emotion cards can be used in many ways. Print two sets to play a matching game, while playing challenge your child to make a face that matches the emotion they flip.
Parts of the body patterning
Use this activity to practice patterning skills!
Print on cardstock or laminate for durability or use as a cut and paste activity.
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Healthy Me Inside & Out Lesson Planning
Complete your Lesson Plan for your Healthy Me Inside & Out! The Free Healthy Me Lesson Planning page from Pre-K Printable Fun has ideas for Literacy, Math, Physical Development, Book picks, Material Ideas and More!
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