What kid isn’t fascinated with Monster Trucks?! Today we are sharing monster truck counting printables that are great for preschoolers. We have also collaborated with a handful of other kid bloggers to bring you a fun transportation theme. Besides monster trucks, there’s air transportation, diggers, and a matching game with six common vehicles you find . . . . .
It’s time to get crafty with frogs and have fun learning with them! See how to make a recycled k cup frog craft to use with a homemade lilypad frog hop game to practice skip counting. Find even more frog ideas at the end of this post. How to make the Recycled K Cup Frog . . . . .
Here’s a fun printable game that can be played anytime of year, but was made with Valentine’s Day in mind. This heart memory match game also doubles as a sight word activity. Older preschoolers will learn to match the number with the written word. Younger preschoolers can use these cards to practice counting. For more . . . . .
Apples are a popular theme for back to school and for the fall season. Many preschoolers and kindergartners use them to go along with the letter of the week, A. Here are 10 ideas for apple themed learning activities that can be used in the classroom or at home. At the end are more fall and . . . . .
There are so many fun ways to learn with pool noodles! You can purchase them at the dollar store and even get them at a huge discount at the end of Summer at other stores. In other words, the 10 activities featured below are frugal ideas that incorporate hands-on learning for kids. Engage your preschooler with one . . . . .