Animal Cracker Counting and One-to-One Correspondence Practice - I Can Teach My Child!
Little Brother is just a few months shy of being the exact same age that Big Brother was when I started this blog! Crazy! As with most second-born
Animals Number Coloring Pages - Easy Peasy and Fun
Super sweet animal themed number coloring pages will help your kids learn the numbers and help with counting.
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45 Preschool Farm Theme Activities - How Wee Learn
What Mama doesn’t love Farm crafts for preschoolers in the Spring! I wanted to share some of my favourite Farm crafts and activities today. But first – guess what’s new over at our farm? We are building a barn! Yep, that’s right – we don’t actually have one yet. Our ladies (now 18 of them,...Read More »
Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten
Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten.Free printables and activity pages for free.Lots of worksheets and coloring pages..
What's on the tray?
Super Tot is 29 months old. Here's a sneak peak at our Tot Trays for this week: "Lacing" foam beads onto stick (fine motor) Clipping like shapes into clothes pins (shape matching, fine motor, finger strength) Placing correctly colored straws into appropriate holes (color matching, fine motor) Coloring within each circle with correct crayon color (color recognition, fine motor, pre-writing) Tracing the line, dashes or dots to connect like objects (fine motor, pre-writing) Transferring bunnies…
Who Lives on a Farm? (An Interactive Build-A-Word Book for K-1)
Who Lives on the Farm? (An Interactive Build-A-Word Book for K-1 Readers) #farmanimals #wordwork $
Down on the farm in preschool
By Laura Eldredge It's apple picking time here in New England, and we are fortunate to be close by to many local farms. So as the seasons...
We started our two week farm unit today. This will be our first big thematic unit of the year. I love teaching the farm unit. It is amazing what the students can learn about farms and farm animals. We learned about schema and made our first schema chart of the year. (We started adding some new learning after I snapped a picture :) Then we read Deanna Jump's "What Do You Do?" book from her Fun on the Farm Unit. I asked the students about what animals were in the story and what other animals…
Are Seeds the Same? Science Investigation
Help kids learn more about seeds with this science investigation. Observe and compare the properties of different kinds of seeds.
Books & Songs List (for pre-2020 PDF Curriculum) – My Montessori Cultural Curriculum
This is a separate PDF because not all book and song titles are available in all parts of the world.