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Theme Planning Tip for Preschool Teachers
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an all time favorite book in schools and preschool is no exception! Find preschool lesson plans and activities for this theme!
The snow is melting and yes, it's a bit rainy in places--perhaps you need a "Mud Kitchen"?! Let's get outside, do a safety check through our play areas (a lot changes in a season, you never know what will be in your playyard!) and let's play!
A frog theme for preschool! We love frogs, tadpoles and anything else that is slimy, jumps around and likes to play in water and mud! Here are some Frog lesson plans!
Which kindergarten skills will preschoolers need on their first day of Kindergarten and how can you prepare them?
Retention practices of holding a child back in preschool has its pros and cons. It's the age old debate of Social Promotion VS Retention. What should preschool programs do?
Social promotion and retention has quite a history, and one that has swung like a pendulum when it comes to kindergarten entrance.
School Readiness is more than asking if the children know their A,B,Cs and 1,2,3s. Determining true readiness requires us to look at all areas of development.
This Armor of God Preschool Theme is based on the book of Ephesians 6:13-18. This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
Is the main focus of your Circle Time the calendar, weather and letter/number/shape of the week? If so, you may be missing out on the true potential Circle Time!
A Pizza Theme in Preschool? YES! Draw children into learning with this theme! This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
Ideas for you Preschool Circle Time area including where to set it up and what materials to have available each day.
This Noahs Ark Theme is based on the book of Genesis in 6:1-9:17. This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
This Pie Theme for Preschool would be great for PI Day on March 14 or anytime! It has preschool lesson plans and ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
Castles Dragons Kings and Queens ! Let's get planning for some great make believe play and learning!
The fourth and final step to plan a theme 2P in I.P.O.P. Plan your daily and weekly lesson plans for your preschool classroom!
This Quilts Theme for preschool has over 55 activities and can be combined with a Bedtime Theme, Lullabies or a Pajama Theme!
The third step to plan a theme O from I.P.O.P. Organize your list of ideas into your interest learning centers for our preschool classroom!
The second step to plan a theme 1p from I.P.O.P. Print or list ALL ideas that come to mind for the topic you have chosen for your preschool classroom!
Planning inclement weather indoor activities for long spans of very cold weather when you can't get outside will keep your preschoolers active and you sane!
Inclement weather will happen! Plan for those weather changes that might keep your children in for a day or prolonged period of time!
This David and Goliath Theme is based on Scripture found in 1 Samuel 17:1-50. This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
The first step to plan a theme I from I.P.O.P. Choose and INTERESTING theme for your preschool classroom!
You have a great idea and want to plan a theme for your preschool classroom. But where and how do you begin? P.O.P.! That's how!
Pajama days are fun in Preschool. How about a Pajamas Themed WEEK?! Here are activities for your interest centers for a fun week!
Observing language as it develops is key in our classrooms. But why and...how do we find the time?!
Addressing concerns with parents when they ask us about their child's language development. It is very important that we address these specific things when we meet with parents.
Language development is the process by which we come to understand and communicate language. Children develop language at their own individual paces and at different ages from one another.
Diagnosis Danger--Our preschoolers represent a varied range of growth and development. What should you do if you suspect a delay or issue in an area of development?
This Jesus and the Children Preschool Theme based on Matt 19:13-15 includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!