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Ideas and Activities in Preschool, PreK, and Kindergarten
PreK makes my teacher heart so happy! I'm passionate about all things early childhood. I have a wide range of hands-on activities for little ones. I teach Pre-K, but many of my activities can be used and adapted for children in Preschool or Kindergarten.
All of my activities and resources are designed to engage young minds and help them develop the skills they need to be successful.
Whether you're an educator, a parent, or a homeschooling provider, I have everything you need to make learning fun and exciting. From name activities to alphabet mats, you can find resources to help your little sprouts grow and thrive.
The Power of Names in Pre-K
I believe that helping children learn to recognize and write their own names is one of the most powerful ways to connect literacy in a meaningful way.
It also helps children develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, which are important for later writing tasks. Additionally, recognizing their own name can help children feel a sense of identity and belonging in the classroom or even at home, which can lead to increased engagement and motivation.
Recognizing and writing their own name provides a foundation for learning other letters and words. As children learn to recognize and write the letters in their name, they also begin to understand the connection between letters and sounds, which is a crucial component of learning to read and write.
Creating individualized practice sets for each student can be a daunting task. It's time-consuming and challenging for busy teachers. You have all the things on your to do list!... So let me save you some time with these Easy Peasy Name Activities on TPT here.
You can quickly create customized practice sets for each student, based on their individual needs and abilities. This can help to ensure that each student is getting the support they need to succeed. Simply type your class list into the form and everything instantly generates!
Looking for effective strategies for teaching names?
Check out this article for tips and tricks on how best to teach names.
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