Welcome to the inaugural post of Book Club Play Dates, a new series I’m co-hosting with some awesome bloggers. Each month, we’ll share a variety of fun activities centered around a children’s book. This month, I’m sharing a preschool alphabet discovery bottle to go along with the book LMNO Peas. It’s a simple, but fun,Keep Reading
Word walls are an important part of early childhood classrooms. I’ve had one in every classroom I’ve taught in, both preschool and kindergarten. They’re used differently depending on the age of the children, but they’re important nonetheless. I use them as a way to get my students learning about letters and words throughout the year.Keep Reading
Your students can use these printable preschool winter words to learn and explore the alphabet. They pair very well with a variety of other winter activities for preschoolers. You can grab five free word printables at the bottom of this post. Are you following Fun-A-Day’s Winter Pinterest board? Related: Preschool Letter Activities with Fine Motor ABCKeep Reading
Kids love learning about letters in fun, engaging ways! So why not combine baking soda and vinegar with a “secret” ingredient to create some fun abc learning for kids! ABC learning for kids that uses science and hands-on play I may get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Sometimes, I come up with someKeep Reading
This week, I’m featuring some fun letter activities for kids at Stress-Free Sunday. As you may already know, I’m passionate about early literacy. I firmly believe in using a balanced literacy approach when teaching children to read and write, and letters are definitely a part of this process.