science

How to Use Your Preschool Science Interactive Notebook

This preschool science interactive notebook is one of my FAVORITE resources!  I literally use a page of it every week to review our science lesson. And these science printables are easy enough for preschoolers and kindergarteners.  Check it out! Preschool Science Interactive Notebook Decide Your Goal You can use this…

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[FREE DOWNLOAD] Fun Science Pages for Preschool

Interactive notebook pages are often too complex for preschool – but not this one!  These pages are perfect for preschool skill sets.  Easily review the seasons and their characteristics with these fun cut and paste printables. FREE Preschool Science Pages You Can Use All Year! About This Preschool Notebook Freebie…

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Free download! Bright Weather Poster for Preschool Circle Time

Free Weather Poster I made this simple weather poster for my own classroom.  I don’t have a ton of pocket charts, or even the space for them.  We do our weather review with this poster! I have this printed on a regular 8.5×11 page and laminated.  I usually hold it during morning…

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Day and Night Sorting Activity Freebie

Friday sounds like a great day for a freebie!  This week in our preschool lessons, we learned about Day and Night.  So I made for reference for my preschool munchkins, and wanted to share!  Scroll down to get this printable for yourself! Day and Night Sorting Activity Freebie As you…

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Learning Living and Non-Living

Who doesn’t love a good freebie? When I was creating some mini-lesson plans for this summer, I can across a standard that addressed differentiating between living and non-living things, as well as knowing that living things need air, water, and food to survive.  I wasn’t able to find exactly what…

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How to Teach Vocabulary in Preschool

How to Teach Vocabulary in Preschool A child’s vocabulary is ever increasing, especially in preschool and before.  Understanding and using vocabulary is a foundational part of kindergarten readiness.   Keep reading to find few easy ways you can encourage your children’s language development. Why Vocabulary Matters Learning the names of colors and body parts is something…

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