Are you a childcare provider or preschool teacher who feels overwhelmed when it comes to assessments? Or are you looking for an easier way to conduct, organize, and record your assessments?
Maybe you are a parent who is educating your preschool aged child at home, and you are unsure about what skills they need to learn, or how to assess them to determine, what they already know.
If any of the above scenarios ring true, you've come to the right spot! I've designed my preschool assessment pack to support educators just like you who are using Pre-K Printable Fun Products!
The printable assessment pack includes everything you'll need to track assessment data, assess your preschool aged students, and organize your assessment paperwork.
Do you ever ask yourself what your preschool aged child should be learning? Here at Pre-K Printable Fun we use these PKPF Learning Standards to design our activities! This free checklist contains some of the outcomes you can expect your preschooler (ages 3-5 not yet in Kindergarten) to be working towards mastering as they are using our products.
Teaching preschoolers how to regulate their emotions and deal with difficult situations is one of the most important goals for children to work on before going to kindergarten.
The Calm Down Binder is a great tool for any early childhood learning environment. It can be easily added to an existing calm down or quiet space or it can be tossed into a teacher bag to be used anywhere. Easily take it with you on any outing or out to the playground.
The activities inside this binder will walk the child through a variety of calming techniques such as: deep breathing, and gentle finger exercises.
Papers, Pencils, and Crayons Oh My! We all know how quickly Art Supplies can add up. Let me help you get those Art Supplies Organized!
Help preschool aged children build visual discrimination skills, as they practice recognizing details in common items found in common fall items. Visual discrimination skills help young children spot subtle differences in photos and objects. Having strong visual discrimination skills are especially important as young children begin to sort out different letters, numbers, and shapes.
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