Educating little minds is no easy tasks! Let us help you with fun printables, engaging worksheets and preschool lesson plans which will teach children that school CAN be fun and that we DO love learning!
Numbers and Letters Lesson Plans and Worksheets are a great resource especially for homeschooling families who need easy to follow plan that will teach their preschool and kindergarten aged children all letters and numbers 0-50 in a fun and easy way. This resource is a great addition to school lesson plans for preschool (PreK) and kindergarten teachers as well. There is no preparation needed, and you can use these all year round!
If you want to check them out first, click on green “View preview” button located right under the picture on the Teachers Pay Teachers website. You will find a large preview with many pages of lesson plans to help you decide if this is the right fit for you!
Get the lesson plans (and preview of lesson plans) here.
Fall themed printable activities
Fun and educational printables for fall learning.
Four printables – I spy, Color by Number, Word Search, Letter Maze.
These are perfect for quick and fun fall themed homework or homeschool work! Teachers and parents can use these worksheets at home or at school/virtual classroom.
Check out our printables and worksheets HERE! You will find many fun, engaging and educational materials for your preschooler, kindergarten-er or homeschooler!
Printables and worksheets for preschoolers (4-5 years old) are similar to what would your child learn at school. Together with our lesson plans, your child will be ready for kindergarten stage in no time!
Printables and worksheets for kindergarten follow “Common Core State Standards”.
Practice numbers 1 – 10
Practicing numbers is very important, but can be a little bit challenging as well. Some kids seem to just get it and magically learn to count to 100 in a few days. Most of children take MUCH LONGER than that though. When I taught kids at school their numbers, repetition was a key. A lot … Continue reading
Oh Road-trip. Travelling with kids is fun – if you’re prepared!
I remember when I was little and we went on a road trip. My parents loved to travel and they always took us to places! But not every part of the trip was fun. My younger sister and I didn’t do well traveling in a car together and our parents enjoyed a lot of name-calling and yelling. My poor mom had to make sure she had two sets of everything. Two sets of crayons and paper, the same snacks for both and the same toys for both. Continue reading . . .
Gross motor activities for babies
Babies are generally active little people who will leave you feeling totally exhausted at the end of the day. Especially when they start crawling and getting into EVERYTHING like my little monkey. My daughter is super active and she loves when I do different activities with her! It’s important to do both, gross motor activities and fine motor activities. Today I will show you some of our favorite gross motor activities. Continue reading . . .