9 Amazing April Lesson Plans for Preschool
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by Jessica M. Ed
2w ago
Usher in Spring with my April lesson plans for preschool kids. These April lesson plans are filled with opportunities for teachers and parents to take advantage of the season and engage their preschool learners in all kinds of fun hands-on activities. Whether you’re teaching a classroom full of kids this spring or searching for printable crafts and activities you can use at home, I’ve got April preschool lesson plans you don’t want to miss. Get ready for beautiful picture books, printable cut-and-paste crafts, and worksheets that incorporate literacy and math concepts through play for increase ..read more
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Adorable Count and Cover Earth Day Activity Ideas
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by Jessica M. Ed
2w ago
How are you celebrating Earth Day with preschoolers this April? It’s such a great opportunity to teach our students how they can make a difference in caring for the planet by practicing environmental stewardship and making sustainable choices. Some of my favorite Earth Day activity ideas combine hands-on fun and no-prep printables to keep preschoolers engaged and learning at the same time! Don’t miss my free printable Earth Day counting worksheet! It’s a fun and easy way to incorporate fine motor skills practice, counting practice, and handwriting into your Earth Day celebrations. This easy co ..read more
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Cute Earth Day Recycling Activity for Kids
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by Jessica M. Ed
2w ago
If you’re searching for cute Earth Day activities, don’t miss my printable write-the-room recycling activity! This easy low-prep activity is a great way to develop number sense and practice counting skills with preschool students in the classroom and at home.  You can use printable Earth Day activities to bring the holiday to life and help spark conversations about environmental stewardship and conservation with your little learners. Write-the-room activities are perfect for creating holiday-friendly sensory bins or getting kids up and moving around the room! Want to learn more about cute ..read more
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Fun Play Dough Activities for Earth Day
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by Jessica M. Ed
2w ago
Are you looking for creative ways to celebrate Earth Day with your students? Then, explore many exciting play dough activities for Earth Day with an eco-friendly twist! I’m excited to share my favorite green play dough projects and free printable play dough mats for the holiday. From creating miniature earth models to crafting adorable recycling symbols with play dough, your kids will have many opportunities to learn about environmental stewardship and build critical fine motor strength simultaneously.  Get ready to unleash imaginations in the classroom as we delve into green play dough p ..read more
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Free Color-by-Number Pages for Earth Day
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by Jessica M. Ed
2w ago
Earth Day is an important holiday for teaching our children about how they can participate in protecting the environment. This year, let’s inspire our students to become environmental stewards with a fun celebration of Earth Day for children!  I’ve got lots of fun Earth Day activities, including free color-by-number Earth Day pages to help teach children of all ages about their environmental responsibility while having fun coloring pictures featuring recycling symbols, hearts, and globes. Plus, I’ll share my favorite Earth Day books to read aloud with little learners including books about ..read more
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Leprechaun Trap Printable Letter, Signs, and Projects (Free)
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by Jessica M. Ed
1M ago
With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I’ve got a magical, mischievous activity that’s bound to sprinkle a wee bit of Irish magic into your homes and classrooms – a leprechaun trap printable letter and adorable leprechaun trap project ideas! This isn’t just any craft; it’s an adventure into the world of imagination, creativity, and a touch of Irish folklore. Keep reading to learn more about the sneaky leprechaun and have so much fun building your own leprechaun trap for St. Patricks Day. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I may earn commissions from purchases made through ..read more
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A Hands-On Spring Flower Activity for Kids
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by Jessica M. Ed
1M ago
Embrace hands-on learning this spring with my favorite printable spring flower activity for kids. These spring flower number mats include engaging opportunities to build number sense, practice counting, and develop critical fine motor skills with your preschool and kindergarten students.  Ready to grab your own flower counting mats and get started learning about plants with a fun new theme this spring? Then, don’t miss all my favorite flower activity ideas including beautiful picture books, toys, games, and more printable spring flower activity pages. You’re little learners are going to l ..read more
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Free Social Skills Sorting Worksheets
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by Jessica M. Ed
1M ago
Today, I’m thrilled to share something super special with you that’s close to my heart. It’s all about nurturing our little ones’ social skills. Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Social skills? But they’re just kids!” Exactly! This is the perfect time to guide them through understanding their choices, actions, and the impact they have on others. And guess what? I’ve got a fun, engaging way to do just that with my social skills sorting worksheets! Why Should I Teach Social Skills? Before we dive into the goodies, let’s talk a bit about why social skills are so crucial. From sharing toys on the ..read more
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Cute Ladybug Craft and Cut and Paste Activities
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by Jessica M. Ed
1M ago
Ladybug activities for preschoolers are a fun and engaging way to celebrate Spring in the classroom or at home. I’ve got lots of cute ladybug activities including a cut-and-paste ladybug craft to encourage critical thinking and fine motor skills with your little learners this season. Ready to get the scoop on lots of fun ladybug activities including cut-and-paste crafts, counting games, ten frames, coloring pages, and some of my favorite picture books to read aloud with preschoolers? Don’t miss all these fun ladybug activity ideas and printable crafts! Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I ma ..read more
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Fun Bee Name Craft Ideas for Preschoolers
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by Jessica M. Ed
1M ago
I can’t wait to share my fun new cut-and-paste bee name craft with you! This easy bumblebee activity isn’t just a craft, it’s a great way to encourage early learning skills and creative expression in the classroom and at home this Spring.  Preschoolers will get lots of great fine motor skills to practice with this bee name craft and many more engaging bee craft ideas too. Check out my favorite ways to add crafty fun to a bumble bee-themed lesson or unit in your preschool classroom. Plus, get the scoop on my favorite bee books to read aloud this Spring. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate ..read more
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