10 Handwriting Exercises for Preschoolers As your little one reaches three or four, there are already steps that you can take to get him or her interested in writing and in the process of making letters. No, this doesn’t mean sitting down with a manuscript book. Early handwriting exercises can be educational and a lot of fun! Here are 10 handwriting exercises for preschoolers. 1. Get out the Shaving Cream One activity done in many kindergarten classrooms is spreading shaving cream out on table tops. Allow your child to write his or her letters, names of friends or other familiar words in Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Keeping preschoolers busy takes a lot of work and planning, add in the long days of winter and you have to be even more diligent in having enough things on hand! I'm excited to share my newest printable with you! I designed it specifically for preschoolers and it includes copywork pages, vocabulary and coloring pages! Sometimes letting our kids learn a bit with fun mixed in is the perfect way to keep them wanting to learn! I hope your preschoolers have fun and learn a lot about winter time with this FREE Winter Fun Preschool Pack! >>>Download your FREE Winter Time Fun Preschool Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
3D Hand Art Tutorial A couple of weeks ago at our homeschool co-op art class, we did a 3D art project. We all used our hands, but really it can be done with any design you decide to stencil. It's so much fun to play with all of the different color combinations and shapes. For this project, you'll need: a ruler a black marker paint, colored pencils, or markers in your choice of colors a white piece of paper Here's how you do it: 1. Trace your hand and some of your wrist on a piece of paper. 2. Using the ruler, make straight lines on each side of your hand, avoiding the inside of Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Are you looking for creative ways to inspire your beginning readers? Maybe you have a struggling reader who needs a little bit of motivation to get through the frustration they are feeling. Reading Eggs is a wonderful online reading program geared at children ages 4-7. This program helps provide a dynamic online reading experience for your children to promote healthy reading and attitudes about reading. I tried the Reading Eggs program out with both of our youngest children. Our 5-year-old son, Prince Charming, without a doubt, LOVES this program. He finds the challenges, positive Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.