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Here are 9 research-based reasons why children still need nursery rhymes in preschool and kindergarten. Preschool and kindergarten children should be reciting nursery rhymes and learning nursery rhymes to promote reading, phonological awareness, and rhyming ability. Read this post to find out some fun nursery rhyme ideas and activities!
These Preschool digital Learning Activities are fun, engaging, and no prep. They are the perfect way to practice preschool math and literacy skills while boosting kindergarten readiness. These preschool learning games are easy to play on a tablet, computer, or phone. They are self-checking and focus on important preschool skills like counting, letter recognition, patterns, and more!
Weather Themed Sensory Bins Weather is one of my favorite themes to teach in Spring, and these weather themed sensory bins are one reason why! They are so simple and inexpensive to prep, but the kids love them. You probably already have the supplies on hand, and I’ve got some free printables to help you […]
Preschool Rainbow Theme Every teacher has a favorite theme, and this Preschool Rainbow Theme is my new favorite! I’ve always teased the kids that “rainbow” is my favorite color, and I truly do love ALL things color(ful)! These rainbow inspired ideas and activities are sure to become your favorite as well. Rainbow Math Ideas For […]