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Math Activities for Preschool

Math activities for preschool children must be fun and engaging to hold the attention of little learners. Luckily, early childhood lends itself to so many creative ways of teaching. Young children still see the magic in counting with M&Ms or patterning with holiday erasers!  Preschool Math Activities Math activities for preschool can be built around …

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Early Reader: My Book of Dinosaurs

Starting a unit on our prehistoric pals in your preschool class? Try incorporating this big book of dinosaurs into your lessons for those early readers of yours!  Book of dinosaurs Dinosaurs are awesome, but what’s even more awesome is knowing all the different types of dinosaurs that once existed. This free printable book gives kids …

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Early Reader: My Book of Tools – a Printable Tool Book

If your young boys are anything like mine were when they were young, they will LOVE this book of tools! This tool book is a preschool printable for early readers. Free Early Reader Tool Book Teachers can use this coloring book in their preschool classrooms to help their students with word recognition. Parents are also …

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Preschool Line Tracing Worksheets

Keep those line tracing skills sharp for kindergarten with these free printable preschool tracing lines worksheets! Preschool line tracing worksheets Tracing lines can seem like another fun and simple activity for toddlers but it has huge benefits for little ones. Kids will be actively building and improving their fine motor skills as they trace lines …

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15 Science Experiments for Preschoolers

Preschool Science Experiments Science has always been the favorite subject in our home. From making Potato Clocks to doing the Mentos and Diet Coke experiment, we’ve tried a lot of fun science experiments for preschoolers and beyond. Why do science experiments make such a difference in learning? It’s because they give kids a chance to explore, investigate, and …

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The Best Books for Preschool

Reading is one of the most important things that you can begin teaching your children. Literacy is important for learning in every topic imaginable, so starting young and remaining consistent will help ensure your child’s success throughout life. That means you need to carefully select preschool books to keep your children engaged and interested in …

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Preschool New Year’s Activities

Preschool New Year’s Activities, like the ones below, are the best at involving kids in the fun of the countdown tradition! Don’t worry though, all of the activities below can be done much earlier in the day. In fact, one of our favorite preschool New Year’s hacks was to celebrate at noon instead of midnight. It gave …

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How to Homeschool Preschool

Fortunately, homeschooling starting with preschool is fairly straightforward. This is the stage where teaching very basic skills are involved. How to Homeschool Preschool Even if you’re still on the fence about continuing to homeschool kindergarten and beyond, homeschool preschool can be a great, easy way to get your little one ready for more rigorous learning. Think you don’t have …

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7 Snow Lesson Plan Ideas for Preschool

Snow themed activities are an entertaining way to bring the magic and wonder of winter into your learning environment while reinforcing these skills. Add a few snow activities to your lessons to help your preschooler explore snow through play learning – while staying warm and snug indoors! 7 Snow Lesson Plan Ideas for Preschool 1.SNOW …

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5 Groundhog Day Lessons for Preschool

Groundhog Day is an annual event where the famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil (a fellow Pennsylvanian!) emerges from his burrow on February 2 and predicts the coming weather using only his shadow. If the groundhog sees his shadow, there will be another 6 weeks of cold winter. However, if there is no shadow to be seen, …

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Sidewalk Chalk for Gross Motor Skills Practice

The sun was shining, the summer air was a mere 77 degrees, and there was a light breeze rustling the leaf-heavy trees. Perfect. So, when Little Miss asked to play outside, we took full advantage of the weather with some sidewalk chalk and her bicycle. It wasn’t long before the sidewalk chalk turned into games …

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