Welcome to another week of Mom’s Library! In back to school spirit, here are some fun activities and crafts for toddlers and preschoolers. (pre-K)
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Pre-K Activities for Kids
Beginning Sounds Activity – Growing Book by Book Although this ice melt activity requires a tad more prep (mostly just planning ahead) than most activities, it is definitely a memorable craft that involves a shoebox plastic container, small plastic toys, a water can, and a spoon/mallet. Toddler Dominoes – Crafty Journal Toddlers can make their own dominoes with craft foam and craft foam stickers.
Get this incredible pack for free. This site also has many other free worksheets with all kinds of different themes.
Cutting a Banana for Toddlers – Living Montessori Now Using knives and scissors for the first time can be a scary thing. However, introduce this life skill with a banana and a basic butter knife!
Introduce a love of music with these 10 fun toys.
Mix biology with the classic children’s game of hopscotch. And, you could reproduce this game with other different animals.
Phonics are the best way to teach reading. Build words with your own CVC – consonant, vowel, consonant.
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