Preschool Lessons for the Letter M
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I love preschool! The pictures tell the rest of the story…
M&M’s started off the week with a bang! We sorted, made concrete graphs and even tried a few concrete addition problems. The worksheets came from Learn NC.
More fun M&M activity sheets came from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
Submerging M&M’s in water is a fun color mixing experiment.
Wait several minutes to see the floating m’s!
A marble run is great fun. (Don’t let your little one put marbles near his mouth!)
Dip marbles in paint and place on a piece of paper that’s nestled in a shoebox. Roll the marbles around for a fun painting experience.
Picking up mini-marshmallows with jumbo tweezers was sticky fun.
Eli needed a little help to make shapes from mini-marshmallows and toothpicks.
Mini-marshmallow prints filled in our M.
Magnet fun! (Just be sure your child never, ever, ever puts magnets in his mouth!)
What attracts a magnet? Eli knows!
Learning the difference between a mountain and a hill.
Both of the above worksheets came from the Giant Science Resource Book.
UNO Moo! was a Christmas gift that Eli has really enjoyed.
Mapping for preschoolers was fun and “feet-on”. He jumped from one continent to the other on our fabric map. No, he doesn’t know the continents yet – this required lots of direction.
Looking at maps with magnifying glasses didn’t hold his attention. I wonder why? 🙂
We did bunches and bunches of matching games. This comes from Preschool Activities in a Bag.
This matching activity idea also comes from Preschool Activities in a Bag.
Yep, you guessed it – Preschool Activities in a Bag.
More matching! These are just some fun little card games I found at the Dollar Tree.
I’m trying to integrate more “book work”. These worksheets came from First School.