I first made the Preschool Learning Folder for my son almost two years ago. It was a ton of work, but I loved the whole process. Not only that, it became a staple preschool resource in our home.
My son has since moved onto Kindergarten Skill Building. But before I passed this well-loved resource onto my daughter, I thought I would give it a much needed facelift.
Not only did I update the fonts and graphics, I was able to add a few things like plant life-cycle, rhyming, and beginning letter sounds.
My daughter has had the updated version now for a few months and I will tell you, SHE LOVES IT. She pulls it out every.single.day. ❤️?❤️
While I did make this printable more cut-friendly, this notebook still takes some prep work, as far as, the laminating, cutting, and adding velcro goes. However, enlisting the help of older kids or a spouse really helps to make the process go faster. ?
Assembly materials used:
- Clear Velcro Tape
- Laminating Machine
- Learning Folder Printable
- 1.5 inch Three-Ring Binder
- Laminating Pouches
Note: don’t skimp on the velcro (the binder will last longer if the pieces stick well).
I’ve had a ton of people ask how I store the pieces. In my experience, keeping the pieces attached to each page works the best.
I’ve taught my kids to do one page at a time, and make sure the pieces are back in place, before they turn to work on the next.
A Printable Download for you:
This Preschool Learning Folder was made with my kiddos in mind. However, I have also made it available for you. If you would like this resource for your homeschool or classroom you can find the DOWNLOAD HERE.
Here is a preview of all the contents. (You can also view of the content video HERE.)
ALSO available in Spanish!!! (Carpeta de Aprendizaje Preescolar)
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