Homeschool Preschool 4-K
We divide our homeschool curriculum into 4 basic parts: Bible, Letters and Numbers, Book of the Week and Other Skills. It is geared toward age 4, though many of the activities are good for children of all ages. I write this to give an overview of lessons and projects that we do to give you ideas to teach and do crafts with kids. We have a very casual preschool approach, but it is always fun to be creative and learn together!
This week was focused on going back over the letters and numbers, practicing handwriting and pre-reading skills. We had a lot of fun, made a lot of crafts and played lots of games this week.
Letters and Numbers
"T" is for Toucan Coloring Sheet [Printable]
Train Craft [Printable]
"H" is for Horse Coloring Sheet [Printable]
"L" is for Lion Coloring Sheet [Printable]
Leopard "L" Craft [Printable]
Lamb Craft [Printable]
Tic Tac Toe Board [Printable] and pieces [Printable]
This was a fun one for us. Zoey and I have been playing tic tac toe for awhile now, but this adding a fun element to the game. Using the printables above, you cut out and color the pieces and then you have a reusable game. We did not try to stand them up, but if you printed them on card stock they probably would, or add paper clips to make it heavy. However, we enjoyed just using the pieces flat. Zoey especially enjoyed winning with the suns. "I'm cool like the sun!" she exclaimed.
Trophy Coloring Sheet [Printable]
Leapfrog Picture Puzzle [Printable]