Archive for the ‘Preschool’ Category
Finally it’s starting to feel a little bit more like spring. I noticed on the news last night places away from the lake could hit the 70s. I am really not ready for 70s yet. I guess I love living on the lake at this time especially as it’s always cooler near the lake.
I am ready to get out side and have those park days with my daughter and enjoy the nice weather to take walks. So I got to thinking on how we could welcome and we have started crafting. However, we still have to finish a few more crafts before I post them.
Welcome to Day 3 of St. Patrick’s Day Printables. Today I focused on preschool. I created three sets of Sizing graphics. Your child can sort from biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest. All you have to do is click the blue link you see in this blog post. Enjoy!
Well we are on Day 2 of St. Patrick’s Day Printables. Today I have decided to make some St. Patrick’s Day Puzzles for the kids. You will find a sheet with 3 piece puzzles as well as a few 12 piece puzzles. Enjoy! All you have to do is click the blue click-able link!
Welcome to Day 1 of my St. Patrick’s Day fun. I wasn’t really sure where to start today as I wanted to do something I have never done before. I found some printable templates in my templates folder and decided to make a St. Patrick’s Day Game. It’s very similar to Candyland with a little twist of having kids move backwards. I left 5 cards blank so you could add your own features to the game as well.
The only thing you will need is your own markers. I am using different color buttons with the kids. I have been saving missing game pieces as those also come in handy for board games.
I was in a creating mood tonight. One thing I have been wanting to work on with my daughter is writing her ABC’s. Now she likes to copy letters but for now at least for a week or two I want her to trace the letters. She is very quick in learning so I don’t think it will take long. Next time I plan on adding in a column that allows a blank square for the child to write their own letter.