July 25, 2019

Preschool At Home Learning Activities

Today we have five new trending ideas all about Preschool At Home Learning Activities. The first activity is called the Printable ABC Book. The second activity is called the Outline Letters With Snacks. The third activity is called the Letter Tile Names Activity. The fourth activity is called the Q-Tip Number Tracing Activity. And the last activity is a video about Preschool At Home Alphabet Activities. Enjoy!


SPRING MEGA BUNDLE

FREE PRINTABLES

Printable ABC Book
Summary

Activity:


Printable ABC Book

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Printables 

Summary:


This free printable ABC book is a great resource for teaching preschool at home because it is a project-based learning activities that emphasizes reading skills, writing skills, and art. Preschool is a fun age to teach because activities can touch on so many learning domains. Let’s make the printable ABC book and I will share 4 ways to learn and create with them whether you teach preschool or are focusing on homeschool preschool with your child.

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ESSENTIAL PRE-K SKILL

Personalized Trace Name Workbook

Outline Letters With Snacks
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Activity:


Outline Letters With Snacks

Best for Ages:


+2

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


If your child has a snack with lots of pieces such as cereal or crackers, they can easily use their snack to outline letters! I would start with the letters in your child’s name and work from there. They can outline on top of the large letters I included in the free activity packet (found at the end of the post), or they can use the letters as a model and build on the table! My two year-old even thinks it’s pretty neat when she can write the letter “L” with her cereal!

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Letter Tile Names Activity
Summary

Activity:


Letter Tile Names Activity

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home


Summary:


This activity, Letter Tile Names, is a colorful activity designed to formally help children to recognize the letters of their names. I like that this activity provides a lot of repetition, but in an interesting way. While it took my preschoolers a good fifteen to twenty minutes to complete the activity, they all remained interested for the duration.

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Q-Tip Number Tracing Activity
Summary

Activity:


Q-Tip Number Tracing Activity

Best for Ages:


+3 

Materials:


Items likely found at home



Summary:


This simple activity is amazing! My kids loved it, I loved it, we all loved it! Best of all, when kids do an activity such as this, it’s hands on learning. They improve so many important skills and learn new ones. Tracing requires hand-eye coordination, focus and the use of fine/small motor skills. With this activity preschoolers (and even toddlers) can learn the colors and numbers in a fun way too!

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Preschool At Home Alphabet Activities
Summary

Activity:


Preschool At Home Alphabet Activities

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home but may require some purchases

Summary:


We have started homeschool at home for our preschooler. Here are 5 activities you can do with your preschooler to teach them the alphabet and early learning to start writing and reading.

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