Themes

How to Make a Pretend Play Driver’s License for a Transportation Theme

Do you do a transportation theme with your class? We do!  My kids LOVED these driver’s licenses!  They were a great way to practice writing and recognizing our names.  They wore them and talked about them all day!  Here’s how to make them for your class. How to Make a…

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6 Fun and Easy Preschool Color Activities [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Colors are a common preschool learning topic.  Some kids come to preschool already knowing the color names, but just as many do not.  Or maybe you’re doing tot school, teaching kindergarten, or Head Start and looking for printables.  No matter where you teach, these color activities are going to make…

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Spring Read and Color Books for Emergent Readers

Spring has sprung!  Or at least, the calendar says it has and the weather is trying to catch up around here.  My kids can finally go outside to dig in the dirt and sand, instead of the rice sensory bin that inevitably gets tracked throughout the house!  So I thought I’d…

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Use Community Helpers to Make Information Text Engaging for Preschoolers

Even as adults, informational text can be difficult to digest and sometimes we struggle to stay focused on the topic.  Finding a topic interesting to a whole class of young students can also be a challenge!  Thankfully, this Community Helpers bundle has everything you need to make that informational text…

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Spring Color by Number

Spring Has Sprung! Well, almost. I’m not sure whether to think Punxsutawney Phil was wrong this year or not.  The weather has been springy, then wintry all over again here in PA!   Actually, I know where that groundhog happens to live-and it’s not at Gobler’s Knob!  I might just…

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