Here is a fun shape building and recognition activity for preschoolers.
Popsicle, or craft sticks, are a common material in preschool classrooms. Put them to use with these activity mats.
It's so exciting when preschoolers are ready to learn to write their name! Your preschooler will love seeing their name in print on this activity sheet. This pack includes one page for each letter of the alphabet.
Play dough is a staple in many early learning environments. Preschoolers love to manipulate play dough in a variety of ways. In addition to being tons of fun, playing with play dough is a super workout for little fingers.
Use these counting mats with your favorite dough recipe, or your favorite math counters such as pom poms or mini erasers. As a bonus, this activity helps build both math, and motor skills.
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Your preschooler is going to love this name practice activity!
This activity combines 3 things that every preschooler loves: bubbles, daubers, and (most importantly) their name!
Print out plenty of copies to keep your writing center stocked all year long.
This free PDF is editable, so you can insert each child's name at the top of the page for them to trace and reference during the activity.
Get minds buzzing with this hands-on math activity for preschoolers and kindergartners.
This sorting activity supports numeracy development as students read the numeral at the base of the hive, then complete the hive by finding the matching written number and quantity of bees!
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