can be used to assess children newly enrolled in your program, to check their progress, to learn what the children may need additional help learning, and to celebrate what they have learned thus far!
CONNECT THE DOT WORKSHEETS
Educational dot-to-dot printables made by very talented 9 year old Hannah! She made a website filled with free animal dot-to-dot printables. There are easy and challenging dot-to-dots, some are for skip-counting by 2s or by 5s, and some even for Roman Numerals.
Check it out:
The easy dot-to-dots are on this page:
SAMPLE PRESCHOOL SCHEDULE with EXTENDED
7:00 Welcome, breakfast, free play.
9:00 Circle Time (welcome song, calendar, counting, letters, shapes, colors, story, sharing, learn new song/rhyme, etc…)
9:30 Music & Movement. Interactive songs like Ants go Marching or Hokey Pokey, free-style dance to Music CD, dance/hop like animals. Stretching and tumbling on nap mats.
10:00 Table time. Age appropriate paperwork (learn to write their names, patterns, scissor skills, math, journal, etc.).
10:30 Outdoor play/neighborhood walk/park day. Trikes, slides, bubbles, playhouse, sidewalk chalk, etc. Create natural playscapes which allow children to interact with bugs, plants, water, trees and nature.
11:30 Centers: blocks, puzzles, dramatic play, kitchen area, tool bench, sensory table.
12:00 Clean up & wash up, Lunch. Children participate in food prep, hand washing, setting table, serving and cleaning. Family style meals are a great way to expose children to social skills, math, and language skills.
12:30 Story & nap time.
3:15 Outdoor play. Group play like gymnastics/parachutes/races/tag/jumprope/hopscotch, hide & seek.
4:00 Inside wind-down. Children play with materials in activity areas while teacher uses time to focus on one-to-one activities with each child or pairs in organized games like Candy Land/Hi-Ho Cheerio. Floor puzzles, free-style art with provided materials. Free-play.