Do you find yourself short on time for planning and activity preparation? Creating an engaging curriculum is time consuming and time is one resource many preschool teachers are short on.
Many activities can be adapted to be used again and again with each theme you choose. Reduced planning and preparation time is only one small benefit of repeating activities with different themes. Using these activities across themes helps students build proficiency. They will not need to learn how to complete the activities each time, allowing them repeated practice to develop skills.
1. Themed guess how many: Teach a large number of important math skills with one activity
2. Themed sorting: Sorting is a critical early math skill that has implications
3. Themed patterns: Patterns are all around us and preschoolers are just learning to expand patterns
4. Themed sequencing: Sequencing is one of the main building blocks for being able to complete many different activities, including following directions
5. Themed counting: Counting and 1-to-1 correspondence requires repeated opportunities for practice
Boost learning and maximize your time by using these activities again and again
These activities provide the opportunity for your preschoolers to practice vital math skills while freeing up your time to plan new and exciting activities. Get out there and give it a try!
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Welcome! Through my career I have worn many hats. I taught preschool in a public, commercial preschool and I taught at a Head Start program. Currently, I am a BCBA, supervising 2 clinics for children with autism. At the clinics, I have created a program to prepare our children for success in public school. Children participate in a preschool classroom style program. I developed a comprehensive parent training program and frequently consult with schools. Here, I want to share my experiences and offer some practical advice. Please let me know if there is ever a topic you would like me to cover!