Thanksgiving Largest to Smallest Sorting Game
Print the preschool pattern Thanksgiving largest to smallest sorting game pieces and reinforce children’s abilities sort the piece from largest to smallest while reminding them to work from left to right.
Songs for Thanksgiving
Songs for Thanksgiving theme, many of which are set to familiar childhood tunes. Copy the graphics and save to your phone, iPad and / or Pinterest and bring up the songs during group time activities.
Oak Leaf Pattern
Printable oak leaf pattern for coloring or art projects.
Printable acorn pattern for coloring or art projects.
Examining Fern Spores
Fall is a wonderful time to get out and take nature walks. It is cool, full of color and learning opportunities. An excellent nature lesson to include during the fall is examining fern spores.
Corn Cob Painting
Let your little ones try their hand at corn cob painting and make A-“maize” ing masterpieces with dry corn cobs.
Have the children collect leaves and berries from all the trees they find. Make leaf rubbings. Have the children “crayon rub” them with fall colors.
Cotton Swab Skeletons – Art Project
Simple art project that allows children to build a skeleton using cotton swabs.
Turkey Out of Paper Plate
Extremely simple art project for a farm theme or Thanksgiving theme. Use a paper plate for the body of the turkey and cut out and glue on remaining features.
Nuts About Letters Printable File Folder Game
The nuts about letters printable file folder game is structured around the letters C,D,F,N. The game focuses on sight recognition and also, the beginning sound of each letter.
Potato Printing – Stamps
Make potato stamps for any art project or theme. It is rather simple to do and children can pass hours of time stamping out pictures.
Pocket Number Sorting Numbers 1-12
This pocket number sorting numbers 1-12 recognition and one to one counting activity would go well with a Hat, Shoes, Pockets Theme, Dr. Seuss Theme or just to use to reinforce skills in centers.
Things That Float and Things That Don’t – Sink or Float Science Center
Playing in the water is fun for any child, who says you can’t learn anything through play 😉 With this things that float and things that don’t – sink or float science center, learning is fun.
Have a great time introducing your students to new science terms. Introduce the terms sink and float. Children should have a good understanding before they try this center.
Make picking a helper a snap for the morning and afternoon using this helping hands bulletin board.