My kindergartner is just starting to learn math facts. So far she is doing really well and has caught on quickly. I thought it would be fun to create a math fact sheet centering around Valentine’s Day. So cupid counting was created. I wanted to create something that could be used over and over again and help understanding the various combinations in adding up to different numbers.
Hello all, it’s Sierra joining you again! “Back to school” season is upon us! I have a preschooler this year, who I’ve decided to home school and I’ve been preparing some lesson plans and fun learning games for him to play. Today I’m sharing a cute cookie game you can play with your own preschooler! There are so many ways you can play the game and it’s a great way for your child to learn their letters and numbers in the process!
I absolutely love how curious kids are by nature. When they are little everything is so fascinating and exciting! That is why I love the activity I’m sharing with you today. It teaches color mixing in a hands-on and “magical” way that my kiddo couldn’t get enough of.
Now let me give you a little warning up front. This activity can be messy, but with the right preparation, it’s really not too bad. Besides, I think that kids should get to make a mess once in a while. It’s more fun that way, right?
Lately, we’ve been all about practicing rhyming at our house. Ever since my preschooler started to get the hang of what it is, she constantly wants to rhyme. So I thought it might be fun to put her rhyming skills to work with a Pirate Treasure Hunt. Today I’m sharing all the details of what I did for our treasure hunt, including a printable with all of my piratey clues.
Today Jessie is sharing a great road trip game for preschoolers. School’s out for summer and it’s time to hit the road! Hi everyone! Jessie back again. Perhaps some of you are big road trip fans like myself. I absolutely love road trips! I always have. However, until recently I had never gone on a…
Today I’m going to share with you some of our favorite educational apps as well as some that come highly recommended by reviewers. MOST of these apps are free to install but some do charge for expansions. I’ll try to include a good mix of apps for both Android and Apple users and my best guess for the age ranges.
Hello again! Jessie here. I don’t know about your family, but my kids can’t get enough of being outside now that the weather has warmed up. They basically want to live out there. So today I’m sharing some super fun and simple outdoor games to help your preschooler practice letters while enjoying the sunshine (and cooling off with water toys!).
Hi everyone! This is Jessie, back again to share with you a great number recognition activity for your preschoolers. I know that we’re a little past Easter now, but I swear those plastic eggs find a way to keep popping up around the house. Well this is the perfect way for you to get some great use out of them! Or, if your plastic Easter eggs are all packed up and put away, any empty containers can work for this activity.
Help Preschoolers learn some basics with this fun patterns game that Jessie is sharing today! Hi everyone! Jessie here, and it’s great to be posting here on OSSS again. I’m really excited to share this post with you because we’ve had such a great time playing this game. Let me give you a little background…
Hi everyone! I’m Jessie, a new contributor here on OSSS. My amazing hubby and I have two little girls, ages three and one, who love creating, learning, and trying new things. I’m so excited to be able to share some of my preschool-oriented activities with you! Hopefully your kiddos with find these activities as fun and helpful as mine have. There should be a little something for everyone with these five ideas.
Hi there! It’s Sierra here from the Blue Robin Cottage! Most of you know by now that I love blogging, crafting and sewing but what you may not know about me is that when I’m not doing those things, I am all about Preschool! I teach children ages 3-5 (such a fun age group right?!) with a focus on music and movement. I’m a also a huuuuuuuuge fan of Halloween! So today’s post is all about fun, easy and educational Halloween activities for kids, plus books and songs for your little ones.
Hey Or so she says… readers! It’s Mariah with some fun school supplies I know your kiddos would love to have this coming year. I can’t believe the 2015 school year already upon us! Make sure your kids are prepared and stylin’ with these top rated back to school supplies.