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Pre-K Pages by Vanessa Levin - 4d ago

Do you want to create a preschool portfolio for the students in your classroom? Portfolios are a great way to demonstrate student progress over time. Here are some of my best tips to help you set up and organize preschool portfolios in your classroom.

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Ice cream theme fine motor activity. Your kids will love making pretend ice cream sundaes related to book "The Little Ice Cream Truck." Literacy activity for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.

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A linear calendar is like a number line. Make and use a linear calendar in your preschool or pre-k classroom to help young children better understand the passage of time.

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A book list for a doctors theme or a community helpers theme in your preschool or pre-k classroom. Best books about doctors, nurses, and paramedics.

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Fun dinosaur literacy activities for your Preschool or Pre-K classroom. Hands-on dinosaur theme literacy activities to help your kids learn early literacy skills like letter sounds, rhyming, concepts of print and much more!

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Time can be a difficult concept for preschoolers to grasp. But the changing of the seasons is a great way to begin to talk about the passage of time. Even if your area does not have visible changes for each season, your preschoolers can begin to know what happens at different times of the year. […]

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Editable preschool parent handouts. Each editable handout is designed to help your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten parents support their child’s learning at home. Topics like healthy breakfast, reading at home, potty training and more!

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Who doesn’t love ice cream? Well, I’m sure there are those who do not. But an ice cream theme can be a great focus for summer…or anytime…in a preschool classroom. These ice cream activities will help your preschoolers explore and discover all kinds of fun concepts. Enjoy these ideas for science, dramatic play, art, and […]

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Weather is a natural science topic for young children. After all, they experience it every day! Read these books to talk about different kinds of weather and to introduce vocabulary and concepts to your preschoolers. Check online used booksellers or your local library to expand your reading without a lot of cost. Weather Books for […]

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Preschoolers love to play with balls. You could plan a ball theme or a shapes theme. You could include ball activities in other themes, such as summer, ocean, or beach. You could add a little more gross motor action in some of your centers. Check out these 30 ideas for some rolling, bouncing fun in […]

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