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.
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This STEM activity pack is a fun way for preschoolers to explore planning, predicting, recording data, and summarizing information.
Simply add colored cups and set up as a class activity, for use with partners, or as an independent play STEM kit.
This 64-page activity pack explores some of our favorite fruits & vegetables!
All of my activity packs include a variety of games and activities. These activity packs are perfect for tot trays, or file folder games. These hands on activities help your pre-k students build math and literacy concepts such as letter identification, vocabulary words, one to one correspondence, shape recognition, counting,and shapes. You will also find fine motor, science, and color identification activities.
Teaching young children to read is such an exciting part of early childhood education!
Learning to love reading and value books starts way before children are ready to actually start reading. Encouraging reading starts in infancy and really takes root in the preschool years. Here are some ways to encourage and support early readers every day.
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.
If you are in our FB Community, you may have noticed our new weekly D.I.Y on a $5 Budget challenge. Each week we encourage our members to share creative activities, and D.I,Y items for their program that they have made for under $5.
This week I thought I would get in on the action and share this fun fruit and vegetable pick up activity I created for $3.
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