Preschool Activities for Back to School
Looking for fun Back to School Themes to use in your classroom? Check out these fun, play-based preschool activities for the first few weeks of school. Lots of math, literacy, patterns, tracing and more hands-on fun.
Trays on the Go!
Our life has been a bit busy lately. Two of my children recently started basketball. Between the basketball, piano lessons and art classes, I am always on the run. I do not want Adeline's time to learn to be taken away so I created some "trays to go". The first is a Valentine heart fabric match. I purchased these tray at the Dollar Tree. I glued the hearts to the tray and then keep the matches in a bag glued to the back. The next tray is an alphabet match. I wrote the alphabet on the tray…
Easy Alphabet Activity: Post-It Match - Busy Toddler
Ready to work on the alphabet? Try this Post-It Match activity! A hands-on, play-based approach to learning the alphabet. A great indoor activity from Busy Toddler.
Color Wheel Teaching kids colors and fine motor skills - Craftionary
Color wheel Kids teaching kids colors is learning activity. Colour wheel project for toddlers is recycleable, inexpensive craft for montessori & preschool.
Telling Time File Folder Game
Practice telling time with this interactive file folder game. With this game your kids and/or students will be able to practice telling time to the 5 minutes, if you remove some of the game pieces you can also turn this one into telling time to the half hour, hour, 15 minutes or ten minutes, whatever your kids need at the moment. Print out the sheets, cut and laminate the pieces and attach the hour hands with split pins (large split pins can be bought in most office supply stores or dollar…
#Knoala Two to Three Year Old activity 'Bottle Top Alphabet' helps little ones develop Cognitive and Language skills in just 15 mins. Click for simple instructions & 1000s more fun, easy, no-prep activities for kids ages 0-5! #activities #DIY
Ideas for Revving Up Sight Words Practice - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block
Since sight words are so critical to reading success because they are used so often and can not easily beContinue reading