The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: 55 Preschool Activities. -- I haven't read them all yet, but want to do the letter reversal sort with kleenex boxes, the letter matching on magnetic white board, and the milk cap name baggie.
This is the coolest site ever!! Lots of educational games for kids.
"Parents can learn how to educate their pre-K children through “montessori at home” youtube videos, and library books, and Kumon work books for ages 2-5, and getting play dough or clay for them and beads for stringing, and markers and paper, and reading and counting with them, and doing puzzles and talking about shapes and sizes and locations"
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One other thing that is a toddler favorite is big/little sorting. I found lots of big/little pairs including buttons, blocks, mini straw hats, bells, mini flower pots, pom poms, and paper clips. I printed “big” and “little” on two index cards and showed her how to sort them. This really plays into one of the sensitive periods for this age – love of small objects.
free downloads - math & geometry (other subjects available)