With these Pre-K arts and crafts, teach your students all about sea life. These preschool activities will stimulate your students’ creative thinking and help them grow their knowledge of the wonderful world under the sea!
This lesson plan is based on the book, titled “The Musubi Man” by Sandi Takayama (author) and Pat Hall (illustrator). Children love this story about the Hawaiian version of the Gingerbread man. Learn even more with Hawaiian themed activities!
This article will help you to teach your preschoolers about different kinds of feelings and emotions. These preschool feelings activities will revolve around a book by Charles E. Avery entitled, “Everybody Has Feelings”.
These activities are based on the book From Tadpole to Frog by Wendy Pfeffer, and will teach kids about the life cycle of a frog from infancy to adult. This themed project will feature activities for preschoolers as well as games.
This article will be based on the book by Robert Bright, titled “My Red Umbrella”. This book or one like it will help children learn about the water cycle or rain. The kids will enjoy drawing umbrellas and raindrops, learning from their experience.
This lesson plan will bring joy to any child as you take pictures, develop them and display them in their very own personalized book. This book can hold snapshots of anything they love and they will be happy when you read it to them over and over again!
This is a great preschool summer time project for any family or those who work with children. Making a butterfly mobile is a fun arts and crafts project for any girl, but can be substituted by using trucks for boys too. Don’t let this craft flutter by you!
Find instructions on how to create and play a shape activities game that will help your preschool aged child learn their shapes. It is a great toddler activity that you both will enjoy. This lesson plan will not only teach but strengthen the bond between you and the child.