Preschoolers and kindergarteners love hands-on activities, but who has time to make different elaborate materials all the time? Why not find an awesome multi-purpose materials that you and your kids will enjoy time and time again (and get your money’s worth)? In this post, we are sharing a super easy tutorial for making tile letter magnets and . . . . .
Learning sight words is very important when it comes to reading success. In my experience, children need to memorize and learn to read sight words to be able to do better contextual reading. Creative preschool learning themes are also important, to make connections between activities and maximize learning. Take a look at these fun sight word . . . . .
Are you familiar with the Pinkalicious book series? I recently stumbled upon the Pinkalicious ABC: An Alphabet Book and thought the lettering in it was super cute. This board book is —- for younger children as a way to introduce the alphabet and once they’ve mastered that, use these printable letter activity card ideas to take . . . . .
In search of an engaging way to teach simple sight words to your preschooler or practice spelling with your kindergartner? Today we are sharing a fun Fly Into Learning Sight Words printable activity. It can be used on a cookie sheet or refrigerator with magnetic letters or at the kitchen table with Scrabble letter tiles. . . . . .
Have a little one who is learning letter sounds and need a simple activity to do with them? Try this beginning sounds Easter egg alphabet hunt! It’s fun for preschoolers and kindergartners to practice matching an item to the letter it begins with based on how it sounds. Big Brother or Sister can also join . . . . .