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More Teaching Resources You’ll Love
Teaching is HARD work, I know! But these fully-developed, done-for-you preschool resources are sure to be a huge help. Click on the image to get more information about each item.
These Will Help With Your Printables
I always suggest a few items when it comes to preschool printables:
- A trustworthy printer is a must, to begin with.
- Next up, I’d suggest finding a laminator that’s easy to use.
- Laminating pouches to go along with the laminator are a good idea, too.
- If you’re not keen on laminating, dry erase pockets are a great option for standard-sized papers.
More Fun and Meaningful Early Learning Ideas
Fun-A-Day has tons of free preschool ideas and activities (you could say they’re “kid-tested, teacher-approved”). Here are some more ideas to inspire you. Click on the images below to be taken to the activities:
Take Back Your Weekends
The Pack from Preschool Teacher 101 is an AMAZING resource for teachers just like you. It’s run by two experience early childhood educators who are seriously passionate about preschool (yes, I’m one of them)!
Our goal is to support you with meaningful, hands-on early learning resources for your students while giving you your free-time back after school.
The Pack has over 100 done-for-you thematic lesson plans, trainings for early childhood educators, math and STEM activities for preschoolers, organizational and planning materials for teachers, and more.
The doors only open a few times a year, so be sure to join The Pack waiting list so you’re the first to hear the news.
You can also delve into our resources on Preschool Teacher 101 and Teachers Pay Teachers.
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If you ever want to share how you’re using my free printables in the classroom (or at home!), feel free to snap some photos to show me. Tag me on Instagram or Facebook. I love seeing how other kids and teachers/parents are interacting with my creations.