RAWR!!! Why would you do another boring worksheet to practice blending and segmenting words when you can do this fun activity? Your child will love using these homemade dino stamps to help them practice segmenting their words and blending sounds. Luckily for you, this uses items you most likely already have and if you have the lava cards from the November Pre-K Box , you are all set! Between the dino stamp and the lava cards from the November Pre-K Box, your preschooler will be having so much fun they won’t even notice all they’re learning.
Do your kids love collecting leaves and nature especially this time of year? Instead of throwing them away or telling your kids to leave them outside, you can do this fun activity instead! You’ll love being able to encourage their creativity and exploration through this fun cross curricular activity.
This learning activity meets craft focuses on identifying the difference between upper and lowercase letters, using two different colors of paint to “stamp” the letters according to their case. The visual aspect of this activity (using different colored paint) allows your preschooler to really test their knowledge on upper and lowercase letters. Any time paint is involved, you know it’s going to be a great crafting activity!
Are you looking for fun winter book activities for preschoolers? Your 3-5 year old will love this one! These activities accompany one of my favorite Christmas books, There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell. This book, along with these activities and sensory bin are sure to entertain your tot for hours this Christmas season!
Oh my gourd! You’re going to love using this easily adaptable activity to do a quick check in with your preschooler all while enjoying a little fun this season! This fun pumpkin activity is such a great activity using materials you most likely have in your house already. It can easily be leveled up and used for math skills or writing skills.
FREEBIE ALERT! This activity is not only a fun one, but we are giving you the template to use with your preschooler! One of the most fun activities (and most effective for preschoolers), is combining learning with crafting. This corn craftivity is a great example of taking a learning activity and adapting it to the season you’re in. Your preschooler will be practicing lowercase letter identification, while also working on his/her fine motor skills.