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Fairy tales preschool activities

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This Goldilocks and the Three Bears free printable set is perfect for storytelling. You can use these ideas to explore this classic tale through imaginative play, and to develop sequencing skills and math concepts.

This Goldilocks and the Three Bears free printable set is perfect for storytelling. You can use these ideas to explore this classic tale through imaginative play, and to develop sequencing skills and math concepts.

Nursery Rhyme Craft for Kid - This is such a cute idea for a Humpty Dumpty craft for toddler, preschool, or Kindergarten!

I put together a simple and fun Humpty Dumpty Craft for my kids yesterday. You can download and/or print my worksheet HERE. Directions: Help put Humpty Dumpty

Rapunzel tower craft and printable for preschool and kindergarten

Fairy Tales Preschool and Kindergarten Activities, Crafts, Games, and Printables. This month's fairy-tale-based theme draws upon the story elements found in fairy tales to provide a rich assortment of literacy and math activities all around favorite fairy tales such as Rapunzel, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rumplestiltskin, and many more.

Preschool: Fairy Tales {Week 2} - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten

And we’re back with more preschool fairy tale fun. (Check out Preschool: Fairy Tales Week 1 here) We couldn’t squeeze all the princesses, dragons, fairies and fun into one week, so grab your magic wand and come along with us for Fairy Tales week 2. Here were our plans for Fairy Tales week 2: […]

Farm Week with “Rosie's Walk” for Preschoolers. TeachersMag.com

Celebrate Farm Week By Using the Book, Rosies Walk, With Your PreschoolIf your preschool classroom is having a farm week one book that is a great addition to the weeks theme is, Rosies

Fairy Tales Anchor Chart

Time to get a little dirty while learning about how plants grow! After reading books about parts of plants and how plants grow, we of course had to plant our own seeds to witness this first hand. First we added soil to our cups... ...then the kiddos planted two lima beans, two pinto beans, and some grass seeds in a clear plastic Solo cup. (I like to consolidate!) The clear cups allow the kids to see the roots as the plants grow! (Which they think is really cool!) We also watched this awesome…