We’ve been reading about animals and dinosaurs, counting and singing our ABCs to prepare our youngest for school. He won’t be going anytime soon but we’r easing him into it so that we can teach him at his pace and be prepared when the time comes.
Educents has plenty of products that have helped us and we were very excited to try the Getting Ready for Kindergarten Pack from the Preschool Curriculum Bundle.
A Dab of Learning
Students will learn letters, letter sounds, numbers, counting, and more all while having fun with a bingo dabber.
Skills included in this packet: differentiate between letter and number, differentiate between uppercase and lowercase letters, letter and number formation, letter matching, match uppercase to lowercase letters, beginning sounds, number matching, ten frames (a basic introduction), and counting to 10.
ABC and 123
This letters and numbers pack was created to add some serious sparkle to our chicka chicka week at the beginning of the school year.
This 100 page common core aligned pack includes centers and activities for letters and numbers. The activities and centers are designed to be used in a variety of ways and can be differentiated which allows you to meet the needs of all students!
This packet is sure to engage your students as they learn letters and sounds! One necklace for each letter is included (all consonants and short vowels).
Students color, cut, and string the pictures on to yarn or string. Great for students who are beginning to read by providing practice with beginning sounds, print concepts, and fine motor skills!
Frogs & Toads Letter Matching Game
This is a fun letter matching game that is perfect for a literacy center. Students simply match the frog to the same letter lily pad.
Perfect for building letter recognition skills! Get creative and play the game in different ways, such as having a partner say the letter the other needs to find, saying the letters in Spanish or French, or racing the clock!
Getting Ready for Kindergarten
My son and I enjoyed this learning pack and had fun. We worked on our numbers and couldn’t quite get to 100 but we mainly worked on number recognition. We practiced on the letters as he already knows his alphabet.
This pack includes letter, number, shape, and first sound fluency practice activities as well as a list of useful resources that can be easily emailed to parents if you are a teacher for interventions.
I Can Read the Alphabet
This packet includes a mini-book for the letters of the alphabet, 12 worksheets to use as review or assessment, (6 Capital and 6 lowercase worksheets), flashcards to use as review, assessment or as a game and play dough mats.
Kitty Cat Numeration & Ordering
This is a set of 7 math work stations that reinforce numeration to 5, number combinations of 5, counting to 30, one-to-one correspondence, and ordering days of the week and months of the year.
Activities Included are: Buttons and Shoes Match Up (with data sheet,) Kitty Number Puzzles (in color and black and white,) Kitty Number Combinations for 5 (with data sheet,) Counting Paws to 30, Kitty’s Calendar Creating (with data sheet,) Kitty Can Order (with data sheet,) and Paw Print Comparisons.
These letter books will give your young students practice with uppercase and lowercase letters.
Included in each book is handwriting practice with uppercase and lowercase letters, finding letters in their environment (cut out letters from magazines and other print and glue them), letter hunts (students will color in only the uppercase and lowercase letter – you can also mark with finger-paint, counters, pom-poms, stickers etc.), letter decoration (students can decorate their letters with textured materials or just simple coloring.)
Math Game and Math Centers
Your little ones will have fun learning their numbers 1-10 with these beginning number concepts math centers and math games.
This 60+ page math center set includes the following math games to meet your counting and cardinality needs: 1 set color Dogs no error number cards; 1 set black and white Dogs no error number cards; 1 set color Cats no error number cards; 1 set black and white Cats no error number cards; 1 set color Cats numbers 1-10 clip it game; 1 set color Dogs numbers 1-10 clip it game, 1 set Cats and Dogs numbers 1-10 1 set black and white Dogs coloring pages or posters for numbers one through ten; 1 set black and white Cats coloring pages or posters for numbers one through ten; and 1 set triangle classroom decor number bunting for numbers 1-10. Also included is a cute cat and dog classroom decor 1-10 number bunting to reinforce learning the numbers.
Mega Sorting Bundle
This is a bundle of Number and Letters Sorts! The students will cut out all the numbers and sort them. Then they will glue the four that match in the boxes, and then glue the other four under the line.
The Letters have 4 beginning sounds for the consonants, and the vowels have all 5 medial vowel sounds. The numbers 1-10 have tallies, ten frames, number words and die. The numbers 10-20 have base ten, ten frames, number words and dominoes.
My Personal Information
They will answer questions which include the following: their name, how to spell their name, their home phone number, mom and dad’s name and number, emergency numbers, age, gender, school, grade, teacher’s name, address, and how many brothers & sisters they have. Book is culturally diverse with have white boy and girl and black boy and girl be the main characters with in the mini- book, allowing the book to be reflective of the student’s in your class.
Name that Shape Geometry Games with Shapes
This game set has a combination of 2- and 3-D shapes. The students spin a numbers or shapes spinner. When they identify the shape correctly, they can move on to the finish line!
This can be a center or a quick assessment of shapes. Students will practice describing objects in the environment, use positional words, id dimension of shape, compare and analyze shapes and much more!
Here’s a bright and colorful unit full of fun activities just right for your little one. Included in this unit is number/quantity memory match, color pattern fun, color match game (colors and words), clothespin quantity/number ID, shape match, butterfly counting mats, and a find the missing number game. Each game comes with a label card that includes the directions.
Real or Not Real
This resource can help students to distinguish between reality and fantasy. This allows them to think critically about graphics and illustrations that are presented to them from an early level.
There are 80 picture cards for your kiddos to sort into two categories: Real or Fantasy.
Rhyming Mega Bundle
This pack includes 17 activities to help young learners with their rhyming skills.
The CCSS aligned pack includes the following: Large and small word cards for writing activities, Go Fish cards, Memory cards, Bingo cards with 2 ways to play, Spin and Rhyme Board Game, Spin and Color activity, I Have, Who Has? Game, Rhyming Write the Room, Rhyming I-Spy activity, Rhyming, Spinning Wheel, Word Find activity, Various Matching practice worksheets, Color-by-Word-Family, Rhyme Matching Mats, Rhyming Puzzles, Rhyming Foldable, and Rhyming Beginning Readers with 2 versions! Everything you could need to improve rhyming skills!!
Sand & Water Sensory Table
Do you have reservations about having a sand and water table in your room? Do you have difficulty thinking of ways to use the sand and water table? If so, here is the answer for you!
All activities are designed based on brain research and meet many of the Common Core Objectives. Using a sand/water or “sensory” table encourages higher-level thinking and problem-solving skills, naturally scaffolds learning, builds vocabulary, improves strength in small motor muscles, and allows for exploration, observation and discovery. These are just a few of the many reasons to use a sand/water table!!
Time to Rhyme
Do your kiddos need practice with rhyming? If so, this is what you need!
What’s included: color rhyming picture cards, color rhyming picture cards with words, rhyming worksheets, cut and paste rhyming worksheets, my rhyming book of words, I have/ who has game, and yes/No rhyming cards.
Who is it for?
- Students working on preschool content
- Preschool teachers and homeschooling moms
- Parents looking for supplemental activities
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