A couple of weeks ago, I shared a post about how to create your own preschool science curriculum at home (mostly with materials you’ll find around the house). I realized it has been a long time since I shared our long list of preschool activities. I wrote this post last year when ED was 4. The activities in this list really actually range from 2-6 year-olds or so.
I’m a list person. I love writing down things we should do, could do, have done. In fact, I started this blog as the ultimate list of things we’ve done! Trying to balance the needs of three kids, I worry at times about not doing enough with ED. I was going through the preschool lists I created for the other kids and started making a list of things I wanted to do with ED. Then after going through my old lists, I also went through my blog (you can scan through out old toddler or preschool posts. . I came across a lot of things I’d like to do with ED…
Ultimately I came up with a three-page list of things to do with my preschooler. Some things she is beginning to outgrow, but I included them since others might find them helpful. You can find my Huge List of Things to do with Your Preschooler! I included hyperlinks back to old blog posts. And if you find this list helpful please drop me a comment. I love sharing our activities and get a huge boost when I hear from others!
Other related posts you might be interested in:
- Preschool Science at Home: A list of topics and activities to do with your 3-5 year old in order to create your own science curriculum at home.
- Preschool at Home: Activities you can do with your 2-4 Year Olds, Fine Motor Skills
- Preschool at Home: Learning Letters
- Preschool at Home: Handwriting
- Preschool at Home: Science for 2-4 Year Olds
- Preschool at Home: A Few Math Ideas for the 2 1/2-3 year old crowd
- Preschool at Home: Lapbooks
- You might also be interested in the post: Homeschool Preschool Year in Review which was a recap of many of our preschool activities this past year.
- If your child knows their letter sounds, they may be ready to learn to read. Visit this post, Teach Your Child to Read, for fun ideas that help your child learn to read!