Writing preschool themes and lesson plans is by far my favorite thing to do!
As preschool teachers, we use traditional and not so traditional preschool themes or topics. Themes are used to develop our curriculum based on the interests of our children.
We take an topic of interest and build from there!
On this page, you will find all of my themes listed in alphabetical order. Choose one that interests your children and use my activities to begin the development of your preschool themes!
First, here are some suggested themes for March, in case you are not sure where to start!
There are so many options for March:
March is National Nutrition Month! Great month to cover preschool themes such as Nutrition, Exercise/Fitness, My Body and a Grocer's Theme to learn about this often forgotten Community Helper!
March 2 is Dr. Seuss' birthday and the beginning of the Read Across America focus!
March 17th is St. Patrick's Day.
March 18th is National Quilt Day.
March 20th is the first day of Spring (Yipee!!!!!)
March 30th is National Doctors' Day!
Most of the preschool themes below include enough activities for you to run a full week's theme.
You will find age appropriate activities for your Interest Learning Centers including art, science, math, dramatic play, writing, reading/library, easel, cooking and more!
I have a developmental, hands-on philosophy and the activities you find here will reflect that!
National Day of Prayer (May Theme)
Recycling (Same as Earth Day Page)
Still Not Sure Which Theme to Choose?
Here are some ways to search for specific themes: