There is nothing better than delicious ice cream on a warm, summery day! Ice cream is one of my favorite themes to end the school year on. It also is a fun theme to use during birthdays. Our free printable ice cream counting mats are the perfect addition to any ice cream or restaurant theme! Ice Cream Counting Mats This free printable ice cream counting
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Coming back from winter break can sometimes feel like the very beginning of school again when you teacher preschoolers! I like to come back and dive right into the learning fun, but know to keep things simple at first. These snowman number counting cards are the perfect addition to your winter theme in January. They promote fine motor skills, counting, and number recognition. And the
My preschoolers are obsessed with all of my trinkets. I can’t actually call them manipulatives because of all the different random items we use in my classroom as learning materials. I’m not sure if it’s the small size of these items that we use to count, build letters, pick up with squeezers, fill a sensory bin with, just play with, or if it’s the amount
Any March Madness fans out there? Basketball seems to be everywhere right now — and limiting my TV watching in the evenings right now for sure! For all the younger sports fans who cannot seem to get enough of all the hoops action, these printable basketball shots counting mats are a perfect addition to the fun! Easily practice number recognition up to 12, while counting
Preschoolers love to explore with play dough! Play dough is a great tool for preschoolers to strengthen fine motor muscles in their little hands while learning and playing. Themed play dough centers are a big hit in my classroom because they allow the kids to work independently. Spring is just around the corner so flowers will be blooming soon! Print the spring flower play dough
The summer months do not mean it’s time to sit around and do nothing. Preschoolers still want to have fun! And yes, swimming in the pool or spending the day at the zoo or beach is what I would consider a perfect summer day, but organized play and learn activities can easily be added to the schedule too! Learning activities can happen in the classroom
Pirates, treasure hunts, and maps are always super fun ways to bring learning into the classroom! My preschoolers love our dress like a pirate day that we have every year. And our printable pirate number puzzles freebie fits in perfectly to those kind of themed days. It is always a good idea to have some routine to fun days and keep the learning activities just
There is this ice cream place near us that only serves vanilla and chocolate custard-style ice cream each day. Along with those flavors, there is a special flavor of the day. We love this ice cream place so much, that I will check out the flavor of the day almost every day just in case we need to make time to go get ice cream
The very best way to keep learning fun and interesting as the weather gets warmer is to bulk up on hands-on activities! Keep little kids engaged and motivated with these hands-on ice cream activities for preschoolers. Little kids like ice cream. Little kids like to move and learn. And little kids like to have fun. Each of the ice cream activities in this awesome list
Our *NEW*Alphabet Initial Sounds Summer Pack has been designed specifically to keep little learning heading into kindergarten engaged over the summer. It’s hard to keep up with the practice and mastery of letter sounds over the summer months. The printable activities are the perfect way to keep 4-6 year-olds motivated before and during summer break, so that they can enter kindergarten with confidence!
The 9 low prep activities focus on identifying the initial sounds in everyday words. They also work on fine motor skills and early reading skills.
The Alphabet Initial Sounds Pack includes a variety of fun to play activities that almost kindergarteners will love!
This set is the perfect way to play all the way to K!