Journals for three year olds. This teacher is really good. I would not have thought of journals for three year olds. However, they are even imitating her writing. Talk about early literacy!I love the idea of using journals!
name activities for preschoolers, teaching kids their names, teaching children their names, name activities Put letter shapes or tiles in alphabetical order. Use known letters or approximations of letters to represent written language.
Name Puzzles. Do each kid's name in a different color and keep 5 or 6 names in an envelope. (This would be good for kids learning the names of the other kids in their reading group). Can also add a picture to it. OR can use for weekly spelling words
Language and communication development domain. Indicator the older toddler demonstrates knowledge that a symbol can represent something else. Toddler can use sifter to find and identify plastic letters hidden in sensory table.
These are printable magnet pages. You can find these at Making Learning Fun. She got colored puff balls and glued little magnet pieces on the back. These you can use on a small cookie sheet or a magnet board. More activity bag ideas on this post!
40+ Awesome Preschool Printables
Doing either homeschooling or wanting to do a few extra things with your preschooler in addition to their preschool day this collection of preschool printables is just for you!