We cannot get enough of super simple, super fun Christmas activities in preschool lately! There are so many activities that I see that I would love to try, but I just cannot get into activities that take too much input from the teacher’s end and not enough from the actual preschooler. Not to mention some of those activities take forever to plan and prep. Instead,
Each year, we pack into the car to go pick out a Christmas tree the weekend after Thanksgiving. We always seem to pick the first one we see. The tree trimming guys clean it up, give it a fresh cut, and load it on to the top of our car. The best part about the whole experience for me is loading up on the free
Christmas is such a magical time of year for little kids! I’m not going to lie, it’s pretty magical still for me too. Between the cookies, the presents, the carols, Christmas lights, and telling Santa all of your Christmas wishes, the excitement can overtake the normal day to day learning activities. This is why it’s important to keep the learning going during the Christmas season
Science with kids is always so fun! Adding simple science to our Christmas theme in preschool is going to be a great way to bring keep the few weeks before break from getting too full of must-get-these-things-done items and keep the time fun for my 3 year-olds. We use jingle bells at Christmas time for different things…many beyond jingling for music and decorations! The
The countdown to Christmas and winter break is on! Our Printable Winter Break Preschool Boredom Busters are our go-to gift for toddlers and preschoolers to keep them busy and learning when school is on break. Even though everyone seems all happy and cheerful now, 1 to 2 weeks off over winter break inevitably causes boredom and maybe even a little fighting between siblings.