Preschool social studies

Introduce young learners to the world around them with fun and interactive preschool social studies activities. Explore top ideas to teach important concepts such as community, diversity, and culture.
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Do you need some ideas for preschool social studies activities? From recycling to road rules, fathers to firefighters, we’ve got you covered.

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Colleen Murch Archambeault
This blog post is FULL of great ideas to help you plan a transportation theme or unit. Click to find great science ideas, STEM activities, an anchor chart, FREE downloads, read aloud books, reading, social studies, writing, math, and EVEN MORE. These are great for your preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade classroom or homeschool students. #TransportationTheme #Preschool #Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Pre K, Transportation Chart, Transportation Activities, Transportation Unit, Transportation Preschool Activities, Transportation Theme Preschool, Kindergarten Transportation, Kindergarten Anchor Charts

This blog post is FULL of great ideas to help you plan a transportation theme or unit. Click to find great science ideas, STEM activities, an anchor chart, FREE downloads, read aloud books, reading, social studies, writing, math, and EVEN MORE. These are great for your preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade classroom or homeschool students. #TransportationTheme #Preschool #Kindergarten

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The Kinderhearted Classroom
SSKE1 The student will describe the work that people do (police officer, fire fighter, soldier, mail carrier, baker, farmer, doctor, and teacher). Sight Words, Pre K, Anchor Charts, Community Helpers Unit, Community Helper Lesson, Community Helpers, Community Helper, Community Helpers Kindergarten, Prek Community Helpers

I hope everyone has gotten back into the routine of school. My kiddos are working hard each day to remember our expectations and daily routines, as well as learning lots of new skills. We started our phonics skills progression two weeks ago. We focused on short a the first week and then short a word families the next week. Each new vowel I am making an anchor poster to display in the room. The kiddos came up with all of the words and then I added the pictures. Anchor charts are such a great…

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Shelbi Danielle