Teach preschoolers the skills necessary for learning how to count with this guided lesson. Kids learn one-to-one correspondence and how numerals relate to quantity. They also learn how to count out a given number of objects using both manipulatives and one-to-one correspondence. With scaffolded learning techniques that help kids build skills, as well as opportunites to practice these skills within a narrative, this lesson has counting covered.
Break the ice with this social lesson, designed to help you and your class get to know each other. This social studies lesson helps students develop a healthy sense of self, and ties in well with any "All About Me" theme or unit.
Week 1 of this independent study packet for preschoolers contains everything you need to keep young learners engaged on key skills, from practicing uppercase letters to learning two-dimensional shapes.
This guided lesson in the letters P, W and N will help kids to identify the letters, and also reinforces the sound that each letter makes. The classic story of The Three Little Pigs provides important context for learning these three letters, in addition to a fun, narrative environment in which to learn them. Don't miss out on the accompanying printables below.
Pre-K kids start to form a basic understanding of scholastic topics that they will continue to build upon in the future. Preschool is an exciting time as small students learn about simple shapes, sounds of letters, how to sort objects and how a seed turns into a plant. The Learning Library’s educational, practical and engaging worksheets, lesson plans, interactive stories, and other sources are exceptional tools to get children interested in learning for the rest of their lives.
Resources for Prepping Preschoolers
With the Learning Library resources, preschoolers become familiar with math, English, science, art, and other subjects before they start kindergarten. The educator-created tools range from spirited interactive books and lively games to interesting worksheets and captivating hands-on activities that parents and teachers will enjoy, too.
Some of those enjoyable lessons include an activity on rhyming words with the infamous “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” song and an exercise that teaches kids how to make an always-delicious peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Visually captivating online games such as Secret Agent Subtraction and Gem Miner typing, accustoms little ones to the keyboard and computer while they learn a few basics on educational subjects.
But Pre-K children are full of energy, which make hands-on lessons the perfect way to engage them with new ideas. Children are introduced to science by growing their personal garden; Teach little students how to plant a pea seed while simultaneously planting a seed of inspiration. Prime preschoolers on the rules of the road with a road signs game or save a few bucks on paint by measuring and mixing your own homemade finger paint.
Whether teaching preschoolers the concept of mindfulness or introducing them to their ABCs, the Learning Library resources are there so small ones will be prepared for what's to come.