Learning games for preschoolers
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Want to make the alphabet fun? Try these hands-on letters games to teach your preschooler or kindergartner their letters! They'll love number 3!
Need some ideas for group games for kids in preschool? These indoor and outdoor games are simple, fun and educational. Build your kids' social skills while having fun. #kidsactivities #learningthroughplay
This post shares a variety of different developmentally appropriate activities to do at home with 12-18 month old toddlers. Many of the activities require minimal prep and use common household materials. Activities in this post build fine motor skills, vocabulary, and hand-eye coordination.
Anna Woolard saved to Maxwell ideas
Find your name is a great way to introduce letters, strengthen pencil grip, and engage in conversation! A hands on alphabet activity!
Myra Bryant saved to education
Alphabet games, sensory bins, and moving with letters! Let us help keep letter learning fun with these alphabet activities for preschoolers!
Sara Frazier saved to Homeschooling
The best math game around! Check out this roll & cross math game that toddlers and preschoolers will love. Works on counting skills and number recognition.
Change up Uno Card Game for toddlers and preschoolers to simplify it and create very simple learning ways to learn about colors, numbers and social skills.
Here’s a fun preschool alphabet game that will have kids learning their letters in no time! Jonathan loves playing the memory game, so I thought why not combine it with learning the alphabet! Paper plates are such a handy craft supply. I grabbed a stack and wrote letters on them with Sharpies. I did pairs [ …]
Ice Cream Numbers - preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills
Super fun alphabet game for kids! This would be an awesome way to practice sight words, numbers or math facts too.
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