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Preschool Letter Q Book List

Let’s read books that start with the letter Q! Part of a good Letter Q lesson plan will include reading. A Letter Q Book List is an essential part of your preschool curriculum whether that is in the classroom or at home. In learning the letter Q, your child will master letter Q recognition which…

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St. Patrick’s Day Doodle Coloring Pages

Let’s get festive! Today we are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a super cute and fun activity: St. Patrick’s Day doodle coloring page! Because we know how much kids love this awesome holiday, we made one coloring page that has adorable doodles of everything that makes St. Patrick’s day special, like pots of gold, leprechauns,…

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Bug Crafts and Activities for PreK

It’s that time of year again, time to start planning for bug themed crafts and activities for your preschool classroom. I love bugs because it’s so easy for us to go outside and see some, they are relevant and familiar for every student. They are also super fun to learn about in all different ways.

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St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Things To Do in Connecticut: St. Patrick’s Day Parades, 5K, and More

Looking for the best things to do in Connecticut this weekend? Here are some family-friendly events and activities to add to your schedule. It’s the official weekend to shamrock out, with more St. Paddy’s Day parades and activities throughout Connecticut. Celebrate the luck of the Irish at the rescheduled annual parade in Hartford, run or walk in a green-themed

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Inexpensive Birthday Party Room Rentals in NYC

Few suburban comforts make me jealous, but the ability to host an at-home birthday party is one. Fear not: There are inexpensive birthday party room rentals in NYC; you just have to know where to look. Keep in mind, buying an all-inclusive package can get pricey, especially if you want to invite your child’s entire

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Easter STEM activity for preschool

Do your students love color mixing and playing with ice? Mine definitely do. I decided to use these two enticing activities and mix them for this Easter STEM activity. I teach at a church-affiliated preschool, so we celebrate Easter, but this activity can be done with any theme. If you want to stick with eggs,

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50+ Easter Egg Hunts for Kids Near Chicago

Remember lining up along the edge of a soccer field covered in Easter eggs, waiting for the moment when your kids could dash out and grab as many plastic orbs as possible in 45 stress-filled seconds? Well, it’s that time of year again, and after taking a year or two off, the Easter egg hunts near

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Printable Letter Recognition Game

This week I have been exploring Australian animals with my students as we combine the topics of weather and animal habitats. While this is not the only topic we’ve been exploring the children are enjoying learning about animals like emus, kangaroos, sugar gliders, and koalas. To insert some of that theme into our literacy small

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Preschool Letter Z Book List

Let’s read books that start with the letter Z! Part of a good Letter Z lesson plan will include reading. A Letter Z Book List is an essential part of your preschool curriculum whether that is in the classroom or at home. In learning the letter Z, your child will master letter Z recognition which…

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Make an Easter Egg Bag with a Lunch Sack

This easy and fun Easter Egg Bag craft is the perfect way for toddlers and preschoolers to carry their Easter eggs.  They can express their creativity with this simple construction paper Easter egg craft. Your Easter egg bag requires minimal craft supplies, and is super easy for home, school, or daycare. DIY Easter Egg Bag…

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Free and Cheap Summer Camps in Los Angeles

Summer camp can be a great way to keep Los Angeles-area kids busy and even intellectually and creatively stimulated through those long summer months—but rarely is it cheap. Amazingly, we came up with a list of summer camps in Los Angeles that won’t destroy your budget, and some of them are even (gasp) free. Check

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25 Genius Ways to Make Camping With Kids Easy & Fun

Camping with kids adds a level of difficulty to both camping…and kids.  We have collected a list of camping hacks, camping ideas and camping activities that have made camping easier for us as a family which means everyone has more fun in the outdoors. Best Camping Ideas for Camping with Kids We have done the…

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18 Unexpected Perler Bead Ideas & Crafts for Kids

Today we are sharing the best Perler bead ideas around that take easy Perler bead patterns and melty bead projects to the next level. Older kids of all ages will love transforming their simple Perler bead crafts into something really amazing with these project ideas. Easy Perler Bead Ideas for Kids Perler bead crafts are easy…

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Preschool Letter Y Book List

Let’s read books that start with the letter Y! Part of a good Letter Y lesson plan will include reading. A Letter Y Book List is an essential part of your preschool curriculum whether that is in the classroom or at home. In learning the letter Y, your child will master letter Y recognition which…

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