Social Studies - Social Skills
Give your preschooler an introduction to maps with basic scenarios like walking to school or mailing a letter.
Schools and other buildings have exit routes for emergencies. Your preschooler will read the instructions and draw the exit route on the diagrams.
Test your preschooler's knowledge of common activities going on in the world, labeling the steps that come first, next and last.
Does your preschooler love maps? No, not apps...maps! They're kind of important, so start your little one off with some fun worksheets to introduce her to them.
Here's a worksheet for a rainy day. Can't go to the park? Settle for a park map. Follow the directions and help your preschooler develop some early math skills.
What's the preschooler's favorite subject? Himself! Kids love questions about themselves, but this worksheet also has your kid finding out about someone else.
Has your kid ever tried working with a map? Use this worksheet to give your kid a fun start with maps.
Have your child look at these pictures and decide which steps in the sequence go first, next and last.
Does your kid know how to mail a letter? Make sure he can get it right with this fun worksheet where he labels which steps go first, next and last.
Help your child cut out the items that a fireman would need to do his job, and paste them over the items that don't belong.
This manners worksheet shows even the youngest child the basics of being polite and helpful. Try this manners worksheet to teach your child proper etiquette.