Creative curriculum preschool

Enhance your preschool education with these creative curriculum ideas. Inspire young minds and foster a love for learning with engaging activities and lessons.
Lesson Plans, Pre K, Ideas, Curriculum Planning, Lesson Plan Organization, Creative Curriculum Preschool, Teacher Organization, Creative Curriculum, Curriculum Mapping

Welcome back to my blog! In this post I am going to share how I organize all of my Creative Curriculum materials. I get asked about this a lot when I post on my Instagram stories so I thought that this would be a good place for me to explain it all in detail and […]

Melissa Hughes
Pre K, Ideas, Creative Curriculum Preschool, Teaching Strategies, Creative Curriculum, Early Intervention, Intervention, Curriculum Planning, Curriculum Mapping

Welcome back to my blog! In this post I am going to share how I modify the Creative Curriculum to fit the needs of my students. I want to preface this post by saying that my administration is extremely flexible with their expectations of the preschool teachers using the curriculum to its fullest. The curriculum […]

Elaine Donnelly
Pre K, Pre School, Ideas, Creative Curriculum Preschool, Environmental Print Activities, Preschool Centers, Preschool Readiness, Preschool Classroom, Preschool

Environmental print can be an excellent tool to use in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom. Young children pay attention to their environment and can pick up on letters and words from their exposure. Environmental print can be a bridge to the classroom and the child's outside world. It is a great way to introduce letters, words, and letter sounds to your students using print of everyday life.

Yolines Melendez
Little Stars Learning: My Preschool Curriculum                                                                                                                                                     More Pre School Lesson Plans, Pre K, Montessori, Lesson Plans For Toddlers, Pre K Lesson Plans, Pre K Curriculum, Preschool Planning, Preschool Lesson Plan, Preschool Curriculum

Two Points: This is MY method, and not necessarily right for you, your teaching or care philosophy, your set-up, or your students. Curriculum participation by my students is VOLUNTARY. I invite them to participate, but if they choose not to, then that is fine. I usually offer them a choice of a few of the activities and let them decide where we start and where we go. An engaged child learns, a dis-engaged child rebels. The 3-year rotating curriculum is theme based. Some times we stick to the…

Laquita Bond
Physical Science, Pre K, Science For Kids, Science Activities, Things That Bounce, Preschool Science, Teaching Science, Stem Activities, Preschool Stem

BALLS STUDY Literacy: Pictures of people using balls (sports, construction, hobbies, toys, food, etc.) Journal how a child uses balls Read a book about balls (i.e. Play Balls) Follow a recipe for making cookies, meatballs, etc. Follow sequential directions (1st, 2nd, 3rd) (e.g. using cotton...

Rebecca Bridgwood Rooke