10 Apples on Top Crafts, Preschool and Kindergarten Crafts and Activities

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.

Hearts and Teeth - New Crafts, Activities, and Games

Healthy smiles and happy hearts provide the subject matter for this month's preschool and kindergarten theme. Preschool and Kindergarten activities, games, and crafts provide enriching experiences for children that extend concepts in the books Brush Your Teeth Please! by Leslie Mcguire and My Heart is Like a Zoo by Michael Hall.

Brush Your Teeth, Please! Teeth and Dental Health Crafts and Activities

Brush Your Teeth Please! is a pop-up book about brushing and flossing. If the animals showcased inside can brush every day in every way, surely children can too. We’ve put together some activities to help children learn more about the best ways to brush and floss and to build the fine motor skills needed.

NEW! On the Table Theme

If your students have an appetite for knowledge, this month's theme will hit the spot! On The Table provides all new activities, games, rhymes, emergent readers, and literacy lessons that highlight foods of the harvest season and the Thanskgiving holiday.

Monsters and Halloween Week 2

This week: Feelings and Emotions. The monster fun continues as children interact with more monster-themed materials. Start the week off with a reading of Glad Monster Sad Monster and spark a conversation about emotions: What are emotions?

Monsters and Halloween Week 1

Start the week off singing, reading, and discussing There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. Follow-up with related materials that provide children with opportunities for sequencing, writing, and studying the -at word family.

Back to School with Dinosaurs Week 3

Beginning a new school year means making new friends and seeing old friends again. While children are busy learning classroom routines, they're also practicing and developing social skills. For this reason, the focus of week 3 of the Back to School with Dinosaurs theme is friendship.

Back to School with Dinosaurs Week 2

Many of the resources included in the Back-to-School with Dinosaurs theme are designed to help children learn and remember school rules and manners in fun, interactive ways. Children will love chanting the “Rowdy-osaur Goes to School” felt rhyme and teachers will love the printable list of child-friendly classroom rules that accompanies it.

Back to School with Dinosaurs Week 1

Children are returning to school and the KidsSoup member site is ready to help out in the classroom! This month’s theme, Back-to-School with Dinosaurs, includes a number of Back-to-School resources for preschool and kindergarten children. Here are our resources for week 1 for the Back-to-School with Dinosaurs theme.

Back To School With Dinosaurs

Start the school year off with a roar, a dinosaur roar that is! This month's theme celebrates going back to school with dinosaurs. Children will learn about school manners and how to be a good friend with the help of dinosaurs. It includes school bus and dinosaur name tags, parent newsletter templates, literacy activities, craft ideas, rhyming and number games, emergent readers, and more.


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