After making the Kindergarten Daily Skill-Builder Notebook, I thought I would create a comprehensive resource for my preschooler as well.
As a busy, homeschooling mom, l like having a binder for my preschooler that I can easily pull out for daily practice in areas that I know she needs to grow in.
Not only do I love that all of the basics are in one place, but I have a tangible way of tracking her progress.
Note: This is a great companion to the interactive Preschool Learning Folder as well!
Preschool Daily Skill-Builder:
This binder focuses on preschool skill-building in seven different areas: Calendar, personal, numbers, letters, writing, reading, and fine motor skills.
There is a checklist to track your student’s progress, and also a sticker chart that allows students to track their own progress.
This can be put into binder form OR simply used as a print and go resource. I assembled mine as a wipe-off binder so we could reuse it daily (with the exception of the fine motor section). I keep the fine-motor activities separate and pull those out as needed.
Materials I used:
- Heavy Duty Clear Page Protectors
- Dry Erase Markers for kids
- Printed download of the Preschool Daily Skill Builder Notebook
- One inch, 3-Ring Binder
Note: there is some prep work and basic materials needed for the fine motor activities.
Printable Download for You
If you would like this resource for your home school or classroom, you can find the DOWNLOAD HERE.
This binder focuses on preschool skill-building in seven different areas: Calendar, personal, numbers, letters, reading, and fine motor skills.
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