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This week we focused on the letter Y so we started with this color by code activity. Madelynn identified each letter then followed the directions to make each spot the correct color. Frogs , Butterflies , Earth Day , Rainforest. Zoo , Farm , Ocean , Carnival. I think this is my favorite of your themes to date! I just love your ideas! Will you be selling your curriculum for preschool like you are for tot school?
An all about me theme for your preschool, homeschool, or classroom is a great way to start the school year! Preschoolers love to learn about themselves and there are plenty of fun activities to do! They can draw the pictures on this sheet or you can write their answers out. I love having my children do a self-portrait, especially when you see the differences in their drawing between the years. I had my 3-year-old fill out these sheets. So his drawings were mostly lines and I also wrote some words down on the paper.
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All About Me Preschool Theme Activities
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Preschoolers are always interested in learning more about themselves. In an All About Me theme, kids can think about their interests and the things they can do. These activities can help your preschoolers learn more about their emotions and their body parts. X is for X-ray Teach Preschool. Emotion Word Cards Prekinders.
All About Me preschool and kindergarten activities, crafts, games, and lesson plans. So, get out the pencils, crayons, music, and games and give each child a platform for showing the world his or her special self. Dramatic Play Area Place different sized mirrors in your dramatic play area. Add different clothes, hats, wigs, and shoes and let children play dress-up and look at their reflection in the mirrors. Play Dough Center Draw a head with no ears, hair, and face features and laminate. Let children use play dough to add the ears, hair, nose, mouth, and eyes to the mat. Science Center Trace each child's hand on card stock paper and cut out.