This week I took my preschoolers to a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) night at our local library, and we had fun with their hands-on activities. One lesson that drew the kids in right away was on measurement. To recreate this lesson
Are you wanting to work with your preschooler on number identification? Is your child uninterested in flashcards? Try structured play instead. This number identification game incorporates one of my kids’ favorite toys: airplanes! We acquired a toy aircraft carrier on a
These free alphabet printables, developed in conjunction with CHOIS, are perfect for teaching letter shapes to preschoolers. Each page features the outline of a capital letter of the alphabet. Wondering how to use them? Here are a few ideas: Glue Fest! Glue
Putting away clean silverware is great household job for preschoolers. Not only does it promote responsibility, but it also provides real-life practice in recognizing patterns and sorting objects.
Use painter’s tape to mark on the floor a letter of your choice. Have your child place individual blocks along the letter outline, making the sound (phoneme) of the letter as each block is aligned.