Fall is a great time to explore hibernation and where some animals sleep in the winter with preschoolers. Take a closer look at the 4 activities included inside this printable winter homes set...
Invite children to be a partner in reading a story with the included Rebus Story "The Bear's Long Winter Nap" in which a bear prepares for hibernation. Rebus Stories support children as they learn that print carries meaning.
As children follow along they are learning:
This fun interactive mini-book supports young children as they begin to understand positional words and phrases.
Understanding positional words and phrases is an important part of learning to follow directions for preschoolers.
In this activity, children help the busy chipmunk move through the pages of the story according to the positional words used on the pages.
There are all kinds of fun ways to learn numbers!
This set invites children to explore many different ways of showing how many are in a set.
With this activity children can represent numbers in 8 different ways: digit, nuber word, dice, dominoes, fingers, tallies, 10-frame, and by object.
This easy to assemble subitizing activity can be re-used over and over again in your math center, turned into a file folder games, or used as a cut and paste activity.
On my recent trip to the Dollar Tree I was inspired by all of the Halloween Items.
I ran across these stretchy spiders insects and knew I needed to create a Printable to share with you! My Dollar Tree had an assortment of creepy crawlies to choose from. For this activity I picked up some spiders, beetles, flies, and worms. These would be great to use for your Creatures in the Garden Unit as well.
For this Counting activity young children will have the opportunity to practice counting spiders or practice counting the bugs that get caught in the spiders web. Using the number cards provided, they will place the corresponding number of objects on the web mat.
Patterning activities are great for preschoolers!
Preschoolers are learning to recognize, describe, create, extend, and repeat patterns. Working on these skills supports preschoolers as they develop other essential skills for reading and math development such as sequencing, problem-solving, numeral and letter recognition, predicting, and more!
This cute Fall Patterning Activity set is great to set up in your classroom all season. Laminate and use over and over, or set up as a cut-and-paste activity!
Graphing and comparing numbers are fantastic skills for young children to practice.
Preschoolers and kindergartners are working hard to master these skills.
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