The Cutest Pre-K Valentine Activities
I can still remember the excitement of Valentine’s Day when I was a kid! Decorating my paper bag mailbox, folding and cutting hearts, and, of course, getting a heart-shaped lollipop with cupid on it! Make sure to include these Pre-K Valentine activities and help create those same great memories for your students, too. You’ve Got Valentine Mail Set up this cute center so your class can practice writing the alphabet when they check the mail! Put the envelope letter cards in a little mailbox and provide a shallow tray filled with colored sand or salt. You can also use rice or confetti as a writing tray filler. Students can make…
Each week in the Writing Center we have a couple of “must do” activities. One of the tasks this week is what I call Pick-Stamp-Write! First, the children PICK an alphabet flash card. Next, they STAMP the letter. And finally, they WRITE the letter. It’s such an easy center to set up! The kids love using stamps and they get some writing practice in, too!
Target Tuesday Container Center
Looking for cute activities with hardly any teacher prep? Here you go! Everything you need is at Bulleye’s Playground! You’ll want to pick up several of these plastic storage containers for this project. They’re available in a variety of colors and, of course, priced at only $1. I didn’t really need these for storage purposes so I started thinking how I could use them in the classroom. For a quick counting activity, you simply write numerals on small post it notes and place them in each section of the container. Have your students use the Target erasers to count out how many. I lucked up…