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not a box drawing activity for prek
Not A Box Activity
Preschool Activities Archives - No Time For Flash Cards
the back side of a poster with writing on it that says, preschool family names
All About My Family
All About My Family …
easter egg puzzles for kids to practice the word's in their own letters and numbers
Easter Egg CVC Puzzles - Simply Kinder
This activity can be used at the end of preschool or with more advanced students. The pieces of the egg are matched together to put the right word with the right picture. This can also be done in pairs. This connects to standard 4.D.ECc - with teacher assistance, begin to use knowledge of letters and sounds to spell words phonetically.
reindeer phonics game with pictures and words
Reindeer Rhymes - Playdough To Plato
These words can be printed out to help students sound out the sounds in CVC words. Dots and arrows can be put under the words to help to remember to go left to right. An individual activity that connects to standard 4.C.ECe and f - with teacher assistance blend sounds and begin to segment sounds in one-syllable words.
beginning sounds clip cards with pictures of animals and bathtubs on the floor in front of them
This can be done as a whole class with the teacher helping students who need it as students put their clip on the letter that has beginning sounds. This relates to standard 4.C.ECd - with teacher assistance, isolate and pronounce the initial sounds in a word.
free printable rhyming puzzles for kids to practice sight words and phonicics
Free Printable Rhyming Puzzles - Simply Kinder
For kids that love puzzles, this is a fun activity that helps with rhyming words and pictures. This can be done in a pairs or individually It goes with the standard 4.C.ECb - with teacher assistance recognize and match words that rhyme.
free printable name matching activity for kids with pictures on them and the words make a name matching activity
This activity can be used at beginning of the year to help students match their names with their faces. At the end of the year, other students can begin to match their friend's pictures and names together. Teachers can also use pictures next to names to label parts of the rooms (cubbies, seats, etc). This connects to standard 4.D.ECa - recognizes own name and common signs and labels in the enviornment.
a little boy that is sitting at a table with some clothes pegs in front of him
Name Activities for Preschoolers - How Wee Learn
This activity helps children learn to spell their names out and match letters together. Plue the clips help with fine motor skills. This can be done individually and kept close so they can do it during a center or in a transition time. This connects to standard 4B.ECd - with teacher assistance, begin to form some letters of the alphabet, especially those in their own names.
a printable handwriting practice sheet with the words write your name in black and yellow
Learn to Write Your Name - FREEBIE — Keeping My Kiddo Busy
This is a name generator where you can print out each child's name and have them trace it. It can be cut up so kids only do it once or twice per day. It can be done in marker, highlighter, or pencil. It is an individual activity that could be done as kids come in in the mornings. It connects to standard 5.A.ECc - with teacher assistance, writes own first name using appropriate upper/lowercase letters.
the letter n is made up of pink sand and has a princess on it's head
Sugar Plum Fairy Letter Cards and Salt Tray Activity
I pinned this pin. The printable cards go with the Sugar Plum Fairy story and have letters that can be traced into sand, or made out of playdough. This can be done individually and goes with standard 5A.ECb - use scribbles, letterlike forms or letters/words to represent written language.
a stuffed animal is sitting next to a bookshelf with a book on it
"NO David!" Back-to-School Setting Expectations
I pinned this pin. This page gives some ideas for making classroom rules as a large group after reading the No, David books. It relates to standards 2 B and C - recognize key ideas and stories and concepts in books.