In honor of teacher appreciation day I will be posting one new printable each day this week. The Zoo vocabulary picture cards can be used for literacy games.
Here are some ideas for a farm theme. This folded barn project is fun and easy, all you need are scissors, crayons, and construction paper! It’s a great activity to do after you read Margaret Wise Brown’s classic book, The Big Red Barn. Pictured above is the Farm 1-5 Counting Grid. You can find the […]
The Buzz Buzz game is always a hit with students! You can find the directions and download the free printable playing cards on the Pre-K Pages Bug page.
The winner of the April Giveaway from Pre-K Pages is… Rachel A.!! Congratulations Rachel! Rachel will receive a brand new Frog Street Press Nursery Rhyme CD in the mail. I used the Random Number Generator to determine the winner of the contest. There were 159 people entered in the giveaway and there were 272 chances […]
The recent Olympics got me thinking, if we can have a hockey dream team then why can’t we have a teaching dream team too?
Is constant assessment taking over your life and stressing you out? There are many different types of assessments teachers in pre-k and kindergarten must give.
Here are some ideas for getting a jump start on planning your Mother’s Day projects. The favorite in my classroom is the Flower Pot Photo Frame.
To celebrate our goal of reaching 1,000 fans on Facebook we are holding another giveaway. The prize this time is a Frog Street Press Nursery Rhyme CD.
I recently returned from Southern California where I presented at the Imperial County ECE Conference. It was there that I noted some interesting facts regarding pre-k in the US.
Winner of the March Giveaway on the Pre-K Pages blog