This lesson plan is about squirrels and assorted nuts. The children are counting, graphing, and even painting with nuts! There are learning about different types of squirrels and where they live as well.
Ready, set, count! See how many reindeer legs there are when Santa has them hooked up to his sleigh. Preschool students learn where the reindeer live and how they are different from the deer we see every day with these fun classroom activities.
This is a lesson plan with stories and songs about boats and trains as well as fun activities centered on the theme of boats and trains. There is also a water play activity for the kids.
This lesson suggests stories and songs that get the children moving and thinking about planes and air transportation. Having the children choose printable coloring pages to color will show them all the different types of planes. Plus, making paper airplanes will let them see their planes fly!
This is a fun and hands-on themed pre-K curriculum. There are stories and songs about growing things as well as science activities where the children get to grow things and see the root systems. Language and math have also been incorporated into fun activities about growing and counting things.
Create some fun activities to engage your students and have some fun learning about the circus at the same time. This preschool lesson plan includes matching activities working with shapes and fun with balloons and even some fun things to do at snack time.
Have the children make masks and perform an impromptu play of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Using the story, work with children on small, medium, and large shapes and sizes. Then, using the story again, work with the children on using the word sounds in the story (trip-trap) in their play.
Help your preschool class learn about the care and responsibility involved in having a rabbit for a pet. This lesson includes some fun activity ideas and several story suggestions to go along with the rabbit theme.
Working with non-verbal or Non- English speaking students can be challenging in the classroom when teacher instruction is based on insuring that all students are provided with academic access and equity. In this article read on to find tips in building up student’s verbal skills in the classroom.
For ADD/ADHD students, deviations in daily routines may cause unnecessary learning distractions. Routines and schedules are helpful and important for children who have special needs, so for students with ADD/ADHD, structured class time is crucial for academic access and success.
We’re planning a picnic with our preschoolers with songs, games and learning. Spread the blanket and let’s go!
In this thematic lesson we are giving children a first hand visual experience of the life cycle of a frog. Bring a tank into class to have student watch tadpoles develop into frogs!