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Friends and Family Preschool Theme

Friends and Family Preschool Theme

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Friendship bracelets

Making friendship bracelets in preschool

Friendship Theme for Preschool

Friendship Theme for Preschool

Friendship Bracelets...and week 11 of preschool co-op

Preschool Co-op Week 11, Letter Aa

The actual 1973 Giving Tree Movie, spoken by Shel Silverstein. I have never been so happy!

picture books about friendship

15 Picture Books About Friendship

Friendship flowers

Showcase the number of people in your youngsters' families with this picture-perfect idea! In advance, have each child bring in a photograph of his whole family. Label each of six index cards as shown. Then display them in order at student eye level. Help each student count the total number of family members in his photo and then post it above the corresponding number. Encourage youngsters to compare the different family sizes using words such as more, fewer, and same.

Math Idea: more and less - The Mailbox

Family Glyph - Great for beginning of the year.

Friendship Themed Preschool Activities

Preschool Co-op Week 11, Letter Aa

Sorting household items by room in the house.

Autism Tank: More Advanced Sorting File Folders

Reggio Inspired People Blocks

Preschool Friendship week activities & fun to promote friendship, sharing, cooperation, getting to know each other & more

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Friendship Week in Preschool

A great "getting to know you" activity for groups, back-to-school, daycare, etc.

"Spin-Doctor Parenting": Friendship Bracelets: A Tutorial

Adorable. Use with friendship wreath idea.

Twelve Crafts Till Christmas: gift ideas

The Family Book by Todd Parr

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Family Glyph

Friendship Bread

Making FRIENDSHIP Bread and sharing with Friends

Friendship Bracelets

Preschool Playbook: back to school

How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends

Preschool Playbook: back to school

Friends theme from kinderkorner

Friendship Wreath Display. Give each child a hand pattern and him color it. Staple hands to bulletin board in a wreath shape. Next, ask children to give examples of how to be a good friend. Write answers around wreath.

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