This set of 4 printable Fall Rhymes is a fun way to add music and movement to your group time. These rhymes support your pre-k students in developing important math and literacy concepts such as letter identification, vocabulary words, rhyming, one to one correspondence, shape recognition, counting, and positional phrases.
This 9-page printable set includes:
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Learn how to set up your own invitation to play using printable activities and loose parts! Join our guest blogger Veronica Green-The Director of Ronnie's Preschool, as she shares tips and resources for setting up these lovely invitations in your own early childhood program.
Play is an innate desire for children. Play is how children make sense of their world, create new theories and build upon their knowledge. Play is the essential tool we as Educators use to guide children through their development to become independent, creative and higher level thinkers who have the confidence and skills to problem solve, and learn from their mistakes. Children learn through hands on experiences and I am going to discuss how we can create engaging play experiences for children. This is a special project as I am combining Pre-K Printable Fun activities with Loose Parts from my personal collection.
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I love reading books about the changing seasons! This post highlights one of my favorite fall books "The Fox and the Falling Leaves" by Julia Rawlinson (which can also be found under the title "Fletcher and the Falling Leaves").
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