May 27, 2019

Trending Preschool At Home Activities

Today we have five new trending Preschool At Home Activities. The first one is called the Sandbox Name Treasure Dig where they can practice spelling their name out. The second is the Cutting And Stringing Plastic Straws to improve their fine motor skills. The third activity is the Letter Hunt for Early Literacy for letter recognition. The fourth activity is called the Letter Tile Names Activity for hand and eye coordination. And the last one is a video about different DIY Learning Activities For Children. Enjoy!


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Sandbox Name Treasure Dig
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Sandbox Name Treasure Dig

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Is your toddler about to enter pre-school, and you want to start working on practicing his name… but NO activity seems to hold his attention? I have an EASY, DIY game that your pre-schooler will love!

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Cutting And Stringing Plastic Straws
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Cutting And Stringing Plastic Straws

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+3

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Finally, straws make for fun cutting practice. Give students a straw and instruct them to cut it into a certain number of pieces. To add some math standards, have students arrange their straw pieces in order from shortest to longest.

Or for added challenge, you can ask older students to try to cut the pieces the same size. That will require them to estimate and measure. Fine motor math at its finest! Then, add all the cut straw pieces to your sensory bin for a fun filler item.

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Letter Hunt for Early Literacy
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Letter Hunt for Early Literacy

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+3

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Items likely found at home


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We are on an alphabet activities kick right now and loving it! Nothing like exposing little ones to the alphabet early in fun, simple activities that they can be hugely successful at. This Letter Hunt was a great way to build on my toddler’s growing literacy skills.

Fun and easy alphabet activities are so great for kids, and this Letter Hunt is no exception! It was a simple activity but perfect for my toddler.

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Letter Tile Names Activity
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Letter Tile Names Activity

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+3 

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Preschoolers love to learn about their names. They love learning about the letters in their names. They love just saying their names. In preschool, partially because of this strong interest, we do a lot of name recognition activities. We practice forming the letters of our names.

We practice spelling our names. We practice looking for details of what makes our name what it is, and why it is not someone else’s name. Name recognition is not only important to preschoolers, but it is a great stepping stone into more pre-reading and literacy skills.

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DIY Learning Activities For Children
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DIY Learning Activities For Children

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+3

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Items likely found at home

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In this video i will be sharing with you three fun, inexpensive DIY activities you can do with small children such as color sorting, an excellent way to encourage color learning through play. Button Felt chain, a great activity to help develop fine motor skills. DIY art wallet, small enough to slip in your handbag with enough fun inside to entertain your little one for hours.

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