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.
Today I’m sharing this printable Spring Prewriting Activity pack I just listed in my tpt store. This would work well for preschool at home or a classroom setting. Now, let’s talk about prewriting.
Today I’m sharing a list of picture books about Groundhog Day. While Groundhog Day is based on weather lore this unique holiday can be used as a catalyst for learning about weather, predictions, as well as, the habits of winter animals. Groundhog Day is mostly celebrated in the US and Canada and is based on…
I love chubby, toddler hands. Just looking at that feature image (eek! So cute!) Here is a build-a-bear for learning colors activity.
Today I’m sharing some picture books about snow. Snow is a real treat where we live. It usually only snows a couple times a year and doesn’t stick around for very long. So, when it does snow, the plans for the day are off and we declare a snow day. Snowmen, snow-angels, snowball fights, and homemade…
Today I’m sharing our winter prewriting activities for preschoolers. Our kids have enjoyed these pages and we are excited to show them to you!
Today I’m sharing our favorite picture books about Christmas. There is something so delightfully enchanting about the holiday season when you have little ones to share it with. They bring such wonder to every aspect from the decorating to festive treats.
November is our month to learn about gratitude, family, fall, and fun. Taking advantage of the teaching opportunities that come along with this month, I wanted to share our favorite picture books about Thanksgiving. Most of these books were library finds for us, because I couldn’t find many among our own collection that were specifically…
In the Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease, he says, “The single most important activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children.”
We are introducing Spanish to our kids this year in our home school. In addition to our Interactive Spanish Learning Folder, we are using these Spanish Alphabet Cards to create a foundation for the basics.