I made these preschool activity cards to go with the post: Fun Preschool Activities the Develop Fine Motor Skill which is over a Everything Kids at Parents.com. Visit that post to see how these cards can be used and for other activities that help kids develop their fine motor skills.
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You might also be interested in some of our other packets for Ages 2-7 or so
Learn all about Animals!
First – start off with these FREE Living – NonLiving Cards and activities
Animal Unit: Then, move on to talk about vertebrates and invertebrates, the 5 animal groups, insects vs. spiders, herbivores/carnivores/omnivores, animal homes and shelters, animal tracks and more!
- Montessori 3-Part Dinosaur Cards
- Dinosaur Lapbook
- Letter Recognition Activities
- Number Activities and Games
- Dinosaur Game Board
- Fast Fact Information Cards
- Dinosaur Writing Cards
- Bingo Cards and more!
Here is a HUGE list of activities that we did when my kids were roughly 2-5 or so. This is a free printable!
- A Huge List of things to do with Your Preschooler (Free Printable)
This is a huge, long list of more than 100 different activities that you can do with your 2-5 year olds. I originally compiled this list when ED was three or so. I compiled this list when I was struggling to balance the needs of my preschooler with my older two school-age kids. Ultimately I came up with a three-page list of things to do with my preschooler.
- 20+ Board Book Recommendations
- 15 Books your 4-7 Year old Shouldn’t Miss
- Preschool at Home: Alphabet Activities
- Free Alphabet Packet
See even more activity ideas at this Preschool at Home Page!
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Happy Homeschooling! ~Liesl