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 . . . . .
Ready for another fun k cup craft? Today’s post is how to make a recycled k cup lion craft which is perfect for a zoo theme as well as jungle/safari. It’s also our second last creative preschool theme with our preschool buddies. Be sure to check out their awesome zoo crafts and activities linked towards the . . . . .
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. . . . . .
Do you remember dreaming of what you wanted to be when you got older? It’s so fun to see how my kids answer this question. Recently, the creative preschoolers explored a ‘When I Grow Up’ preschool theme. I loved the variety of activities and most if it works for a community workers theme too. When I Grow Up and . . . . .
This week’s creative preschool theme is exploring the 5 senses. This textured hot air balloon sensory craft combines sight, smell, touch and sound. It also uses fine motor skills from painting on the glue and sprinkling the colored rice to placing on tiny stickers and pieces of the different materials used. Textured Hot Air Balloon Sensory Craft Talk . . . . .