Columbus Day crafts for toddlers do not have to be complicated, they just have to be fun for the little ones. Here we will look at two simple crafts to complete with your toddler while explaining the meaning of Columbus Day.
Children entering preschool will love receiving summer math packets from their new teacher! So how should you create them, should they be graded, and what should really be included? Read on to find examples and even some free worksheets for your math packets!
Pretend play areas are a vital part for allowing the preschool child’s imagination to grow. A kitchen area can help with this type of development.Here you will learn what you may need and where to find preschool kitchen furniture cheap.
Have you ever wondered what options you have for early childhood intervention strategies in the classroom? Here we will look at milestones, delays, assessments, evaluations, and intervention strategies for the early childhood years.
This lesson for preschool students will touch on a button theme. Students will be introduced to counting and buttons and will take part in sorting activities as they categorize buttons. Preschool children will also love lacing yarn through button holes as they practice fine motor skills.
These fun carnival games and activities will get your preschool students jumping for fun. Giving the atmosphere of a fair, the students will love this new way of learning as they play through popular carnival games.
This Mardi Gras lesson will have all your preschool students marching along as they show off their new masks and beads. Learning about the colors of Mardi Gras, this New Orleans tradition will mean more to the students than just a parade.
The ever popular “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” is a beloved classic from Dr. Seuss. This lesson will focus on the rhyming words found within the book as well as an activity which will help the students realize the true meaning of Christmas.
This Thanksgiving lesson will focus on the Mayflower and all aspects of the famous boat. What did people eat, how did they sleep, and how many people were actually on the boat? Those are just some of the questions that will be answered by students after this lesson.
Dr. Seuss’s book “Is a Camel a Mammal?” helps introduce preschool students to the lives of mammals. In these mammal lesson plans a teacher can connect the book to several crafts and activities while teaching the pre-k students about mammals.
This lesson plan will help kindergarten and early education students learn about ordinal numbers. The lesson will include activities and worksheets which will look at ways to teach these math concepts.
This elementary language arts lesson focuses on teaching about ending punctuation marks. After this lesson students will be able to distinguish between periods, question marks, and exclamation points. Worksheets and activities also included.
After this lesson students will have incorporated math and vocabulary into this science lesson plan. Learning about ladybugs, students will learn how to classify ladybugs, fast facts about ladybugs, and learn about the body parts.
The educational market makes a ton of money each year and with the recession, who has the money for workbooks? Here we have ideas parents can use to create worksheets and reusable workbooks and wipe off placemats for their toddlers and preschoolers.
These pumpkin activities will be a great extension to reading “Spookley the Square Pumpkin”. A song and lesson are included with this fall theme. Preschool students will work on recognition of colors and shapes, as well as learn that everyone has something special to offer.
Have you noticed you child toes pointing inward as he walks? Is it getting better or maybe even worse? Here we will see causes of intoeing and what needs to be done for conditions such as Metatarsus Adductus, Tibial Torsion, and Femerol Anteversion in children.
Time4Learning offers an online preschool curriculum that allows the child to interact with games and lessons. Here we look at what is available through this site as well as what extension activities would work well when daily computer time is over.