How to Make a Book with Free Printable Preschool Sign in Sheets | Fun-A-Day!
The benefits of a sign-in book for early childhood classrooms (or home schools). Includes a link to a free download. A great way for kiddos to practice writing their names in a simple, quick way.
How Many Letters Are in Your Name – Counting!
This activity is quick and simple, but it really gives kids a strong visual aid for looking at the features of their name. The only prep needed is to copy one sheet for each child on to construction paper or card stock and have plenty of colored one inch squares cut.
"My name is..." Shared Reading Activity & Extensions
Here's another fun name activity for the first few days of school that uses predictable sentences to create a shared reading experience to help your new preschoolers review sight words and classmate names, as well as build print awareness! Whether you use a pocket chart or create a display using paper (like the one above), print a name sentence for each new student onto card stock, then cut the word strips apart, creating individual word cards. If you have them, print a picture of each…
Beginner Name Writing Practice for Preschoolers
Here’s a simple way for parents and teachers to encourage name writing practice and letter formation. Children will practice writing the letters in their name and later practice putting the letters in order to spell their name- perfect for preschoolers showing an interest in writing! Follow our Language Arts & Literacy Pinterest board! Theo …
My name book: A preschool printable
Each school year, I like to create a name book for my preschool students to use. I put them together with all kinds of materials but to simplify things for my readers, I created this little name book template. Getting Started I create a book for
Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers
Why we need to create different types of dramatic play for our little ones Dramatic play gives our little ones a safe place to act out the things that they see the adults in their lives doing every day. It gives them an opportunity to experiment and see how things work. Dramatic play helps children develop Problem Solving Skills Knowledge on how the real world works Language Skills Cooperation and Sharing with Others Imagination Creative Thinking Our Mexican Restaurant Our restaurant sits…