March comes in with so many changes that are fun to explore with preschoolers. The weather moves from cold to warm. The seasons change, bringing with them an explosion of color, growth, and new life. This month’s Ways to Play Every Day Calendar explores Dr. Seuss inspired fish fun, rainbows, signs of spring, and birds.Ways to Play Every Day: March Activity Calendar for PreschoolersThe … [Read more...] about Ways to Play Every Day: March Activity Calendar for Preschoolers
Spring Weather Unit
Spring is here! And with it comes so many different venues for learning with preschoolers. The changing landscape, plants and flowers, mud and rain, birds and bugs… The list could go on and on. Add all of those concepts together and you’re in for one fun month. Please enjoy this free printable calendar of spring activities that you can do with preschoolers.Ways to Play Every Day - A Free … [Read more...] about Ways to Play Every Day-April Activity Calendar for #Preschoolers
Preschoolers love to sing FUN songs, fingerplays, and counting rhymes. Adding music and rhythm into a preschooler's every day world helps them develop the rhythm and cadence so important to healthy brain and body development as they grow. In our newest Preschool Pack, we have 145 of the BEST in preschool songs, fingerplays, counting rhymes, and short poems for use ALL YEAR LONG at … [Read more...] about Preschool Songs, Fingerplays, & Counting Rhymes for ALL SEASONS!
We've had over 49 inches of snow so far this winter! Our preschoolers (and teachers) are anxiously awaiting spring's arrival! Just in the last month, we've gone from -23 degrees to a stormy 50 degrees outside today! Our kids can finally see the grass peeking out from beneath all of the melting snow! To celebrate the warmer temperatures, we made stained glass umbrellas and played with sunshine … [Read more...] about Spring Weather Theme for Preschool – Stained Glass Umbrellas & Sunshine Math
The wet chalk kite crafts are a fun activity to do indoors or outside! The kites make a great craft to display, but the bow activities will also enhance early math and literacy skills. Wet Chalk Kites Materials needed: One square piece of paper for each child, chalk (drawing chalk works best for this activity, but sidewalk chalk can be used), any color of Wikki Stix or painter's tape, and … [Read more...] about Wet Chalk Kite Crafts and Learning Games for Young Kids!
If your kids are as stir crazy for spring as some of the adults I know (myself included), why not use that momentum to bolster their classroom learning? April is Mathematics Awareness Month, so in honor of this and the new warmer season, we bring to you Springtime Math Learning Centers. These activities will get students out of their seats and actively into learning and reinforcing their math … [Read more...] about Hop Into Springtime Math with Learning Centers