I am a huge fan of inviting young children to write all throughout the day. In order to get my students writing all through out the day, I fill my classroom with lots of opportunities to write.
This idea may look very simple, and it is, but it has been one of the best tools for giving my students a little practice in tracing letters or shapes (we haven’t tried it with numbers yet) in my classroom!
Creating thank you notes is a great way to invite students to show appreciation, develop writing skills, and think about what is important to them.
Exploring the drawing process by drawing in a frame in preschool!
Part of our morning routine includes signing in on our clip board. Come and see how the process is going in our preschool classroom.
We are always looking for new and interesting ways to explore snow in our classroom. This one really hits the mark!
Promoting the spirit of giving along with writing skills and fine motor skills with our Christmas writing station in preschool!
Put a little holiday spirit into your chalkboard easel with this fun chalkboard gift box game for preschoolers!
You may think that driving a toy jeep around the drive-way and developing the skills to write or draw have no connection but my two-year-old grandson would demonstrate that there is a strong connection between the two...
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.