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Learning to Write Numbers :: Everyday Snapshots .....I decided to make a set of these for my own guys and asked Donna if I could share them here as well. She said yes, so I made up a set on the computer for you to download and print.

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes Printable Activity for Preschoolers - From ABCs to ACTs

Editable Name Activity Freebie--use their own name letters for making words too

Letter of the Week Book List (from The Measured Mom)

DIY Musical Instruments - Homemade Fun for Kids

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Stuffed Paper Apple Craft (from Buggy and Buddy)

Color by Number

Craisin Tuna Salad on Apples are an easy and delicious snack. SixSistersStuff.com

cute morning work idea ~ give them a pre-drawn shape and have them finish it -- fun to see what you get! could also be used during shape unit.

5 Fine Motor Activities for Your Child’s Pencil Grasp

Classroom Organization Tips for Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers. Got stuff? Check out these great ideas for organizing all your teaching stuff in your classroom!

lots of preschool activities

New way to learn letters

Free printable block letters from A-Z! Plus, ways to fill them that start with each letter. Great resource!

This Calming Find It Game is perfect for changing a child's focus from being upset to concentrating on finding fun objects in a find it game.

This site has lots of ideas about what to teach in a preschool classroom.

Education to the Core: Ten Literacy Ideas for Emergent Readers... Kindergarten center ideas

To move hand when cutting: to teach hand placement /movement when cutting. Space out stickers along the edge of a paper and instruct to cut and move non dominant hand to one sticker at a time from bottom to top.

10 ways to help children learn to write their names

30+ Free Preschool Printables Themes

Indoor games for #children ~ Shape Hopscotch is a fun Gross motor game! (repinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources

Hickety Pickety Bumblebee. Can you say the letter with me? Now shout it! Whisper it! Clap it! Stomp it! Write it! Cheer it! Getting kids excited about learning new letters! Introducing new letters to your preschool class...fun!