Garden critters, worms, snails, ladybugs, bees, caterpillars and butterflies are the focus of these preschool lesson plans and activities. Learn all about the critters that wiggle their way through the dirt and buzz around the garden! Together with your children, you will explore nature and the environment that surrounds us.
Our new theme is inspired by the popular Disney movie Frozen and the icy landscape of the Antarctica and the Arctic.
Our new preschool and kindergarten Weather Watch activities provide a great opportunity to introduce your children to the seasons, to learn about the water cycle, and to explore the sun, wind, rain, and clouds. Children will enjoy learning about the weather and how it affects our daily lives.
Oh! All the Places I Want to Go! Zoom into this theme to discover travel. Your preschool and kindergarten children are given many opportunities to learn about adventuring to new places via the high seas, railroad tracks, on wheels, and the friendly skies.
This month’s theme is sure to make rock hounds out of your children. Our preschool and kindergarten “Rocks” theme includes science lessons, number, algebraic, and geometry math activities and games, and reading and language arts activities and games such as completing sentence strips with vocabulary words, practicing the -ock word family, and reinforcing the letter r.
Spring is in the air. Flowers are just beginning to bloom. It’s time for planting seeds and growing beans.
Welcome autumn into your classroom and celebrate the changing foliage with fall-themed teaching ideas and lessons from KidsSoup. Preschoolers and kindergarteners alike will build literacy skills as they travel with Leaf Man (via Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert), who is blown by the wind over fields, past orchards, through prairie meadows, and across lakes and rivers.
Spend some time with Dr. Seuss and his book of balancing acts, Ten Apples Up On Top. Extend his playful use of number words, rhyme, and imagination with this collection of classroom activities, games, and crafts. Children read, write, and count while stacking apples in a variety of fun ways, whether it is in alphabetical order, by adding one more, or by building word families.
Winter brings cold air, rain, wind, and snow, and warm winter clothing comes out of storage. Winter clothing words are the focus of a literacy activity designed to be used with the rebus-style picture book The Jacket I Wear in the Snow.
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