Tag: preschool activities

rainbow fish

We’re full swing into the letter F this week.  Letter E got no love from me… I mean, I know it’s an important letter and all, but it was not super-easy to find preschool appropriate activites that weren’t Easter related.  Since it… Read More

d is for dinosaur

I realized this morning that I never uploaded my d-week lesson plan.  Oh well.  Today was “d is for dinosaur” day.  We started off as usual doing the Bible verse (Delight yourself in the Lord… Ps 37:4).  Had an excellent opportunity to… Read More

the letter C lesson plan week

Alrighty.  I finally got around to planning out the 5-day set of lesson plans for the letter C.  Again, it’s been so crazily unstructured around here for a while due to illnesses and work, that I am seriously looking forward to next… Read More

beans, butterflies, and books

More letter B today.  I told you, we’re faaaaar behind due to rounds of illness!  Today we read our library books.  Not letter “B” specific, but it was fun.  It’s always nice to read books that are “fresh” to the kids.  We have … Read More

The crazy letter B

Letter B started last Tuesday with a “b”ang!  It was gearing up to be a fun letter… I had ordered caterpillars to watch turn into butterflies, we were going to be painting, and reading, and doing so many fun things.  UNTIL… the… Read More

animal sounds and the such

Continuing Drudging on through the letter A.  Have I mentioned that in the future I’m cutting the amount of time on each letter?  Not that it’s been super awful, and I’m sure that the kids are still enjoying all of the activities. … Read More

A is for Ant

Yesterday we continued with the letter A by reviewing the “A” Bible verse (As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord, Joshua 24:15)  Rachel already has the verse mostly memorized… I have to give her a few words here… Read More

Letter “A” kick-off day!

Today we “officially” started homeschool preschool.  I’ve been doing little things here and there with my 3-year-old and almost 2-year-old, but in our area, public schools started back today, so I chose today to be our first day as well.  As stated… Read More

bring on the scissors!

Scissors & toddlers generally do NOT mix well, at least in my opinion.  I have avoided scissors and all they entail until this point in my life, and from what I’ve read/researched, I’ve been correct in doing so. Most teachers/educators/”know how” people… Read More

a fun Montessori-ish activity for preschoolers

I got this idea from a friend of mine (who has since moved to farfar away Alaska).  She homeschools, but her daughter attended a Montessort preschool for about a year, I think.  Anyways, she said that one of the things they’d do… Read More