Ah, fine motor skills — the very thing that keeps us up at night! As teachers, we are expected to magically create activities for our preschoolers that will develop hand-eye coordination while making it exciting. So how do you bridge the gap between preparing our students for kindergarten and doing
“We’re just going to look at the animals.” – Every parent’s last words before heading to the animal shelter and coming home with an adorable new pet. You just can’t resist those puppy dog eyes (at least we couldn’t). And that’s how we adopted Rusty. But there’s good news: there’s
Are you looking for the perfect book to captivate your little ones and get their imaginations running wild? We’ve rounded up an exciting lineup of 10 books about pets that’ll instantly fetch their attention – from silly fish tales to adventurous canine escapades. Whether your preschoolers are already animal lovers
They say a dog is man’s best friend, but I think any type of pet would be a toddler’s best friend! Our pet math activities for preschoolers have parrots, bunnies, dogs, cats, hamsters, and more to help reinforce those foundational math skills. Each activity is easy to prep, and the
“Pepper!” I yelled as I frantically chased our him down Dog Alley. Our old dog was a runner, and it was always a whirlwind of fur if he escaped unleashed. Luckily for you, chasing/running/screaming isn’t involved in these easy pet art activities for your preschoolers. They will only unleash creativity.
Getting a pet is like adopting a guaranteed best friend. Someone who will comfort you, be ever-so-excited to see you, and occasionally tear into something you like. Even if you don’t have a pet, you have a sure-thing friend looking out for you. I’ve created these pet literacy activities for