Category Archives: Alphabets
This week for the Early Childhood Team the theme is Mail. We had lots of fun with this theme but I am going to share with you all our name learning activity that actually helped both my girls. I presented my girls with this fun activity that they helped me put together.
This week we have been having fun with Mittens. We played a few games and learned that there are many ways to have fun when playing with mittens. I want to share some of the activities that we did that my girls enjoyed.
Welcome to another Early Childhood Education Wednesday post, where a team of homeschooling and educational bloggers share free hands-on learning activities for you to try. Last week’s theme was Teddy Bears, this week’s theme is MY Family.
Last week we talked about family and one of the activities that my girls liked the most is the one that they are still wearing right now as I type this up. This activity has my four-year-old spelling the words sister, and almost daughter.
I thought that this was going to be a dud week because we had been hunting/missing the postal delivery man daily (seems like when I want something to hurry this mess happens. Please tell me I’m not the only one), but nope. So, I am going to share the fun that we did have with these quick and easy Teddy Bear Cards I made for the week and our Teddy Bear Book.
Wow! I can’t believe that I have been blogging this long where I am able to share with you the many ways that we have learned our ABC’s. The subject this week for the Early Childhood Education post is Learning the ABC’s, last week we shared Making Friends. today I’m excited to share how I worked with my younger two for learning their ABC’s.
To be honest I was not the first who taught any of my kids their ABC’s. All of my girls learned from watching TV. We use to watch WTTW’s Sesame Street (before it became PBS Kids and Sprout) and they taught my girls their ABC’s first. Of
Welcome to another Playful Preschool Wednesday post, where a group of educators and mothers get together and share some free hands on play learning for you to try with your preschool aged kids. Last week I shared some Tips For Story Time at the Library and this week I am sharing some Flower power with some preschool alphabet activities
Once again the weather was very inviting. So we have been spending most of our time outdoors learning. This week our letter of the week is Bb and I figured it would be a great idea to help my preschooler with the lowercase b/d situation that stumps them so often.
I have something special for you guys. Alecia from over at Learning 2 Walk.com has made these pretty spring tracing sheets for you all to use to help with your preschool aged child’s writing. There are 26 alphabets with 2 letters per page. You get both upper and lowercase letters on the page along with a pretty spring picture. These are more for the advanced beginner writer.
Now I have some suggestions on how we make these fun. If you take them and laminate or place them in a sheet protector you can use them as a playdough mat, or use with dry erase markers. You can also use toothpicks or other manipulative and have the child copy the line work that way. There are so many ways to use these tracing sheets other than just tracin
Teaching a child their name can be overwhelming and frustrating at times. I have found that making the process fun for the child helps out a lot. It keeps me from being frustrated and it gives them some learning fun sometimes without them even knowing it. And if you read this blog then you know that I am all for activities that they can have fun while learning.
Hey guys and welcome to another Playful Preschool Wednesday post. This were a team of wonderful mommy and educational bloggers come together to share free themed activities for you to try with your preschooler. Last weeks theme was puzzles and this week the theme is transportation. If you check at the bottom of this post you will find lots more fun transportation activities for you and your preschooler yo enjoy, for free.
My girls love toy cars and last Christmas they got lots of them. Trains , planes and boats are all cool but nothing to them is cooler than a car that can go vroom vroom. I decided to play off their love of toy cars and came up with a great game from both my toddler and preschooler to play.
This activity was easy to setup and my girls were able to help with the setup. I found that if I let my preschooler help set up activities she is more into playing with them after. When she don’t help with the setup then I might not be able to provide this here post. The setup of this activity was great for a little gross movement and you will find at the end on this post that my girls made some more gross movement fun out of this one little activity.
Hey yawl! How have you been? I think that you all have been liking the different learning materials and how I store them posts. That’s great! I also see I’ve gotten asked about more materials. That’s really awesome, because I already had this post planned for you all. So on to more of my Cheap Educational Supplies!